Greetings from the high-speed ICE train! Currently moving at nearly 300km/hour somewhere between Brussels and Cologne and providing me an opportunity to write a bit. Is it too early for a New Year’s resolution? Our lives and work with students are so tied to the school calendar when August andRead More →

You may not have 16 minutes to spare. However, if you do, here’s a glimpse of what we do each spring. Taking students from around the world to serve the poor. Students serve, but also get to hear from speakers and musicians who tell them about the God who gaveRead More →

This past weekend we were planning on escaping and going with friends to Paris.  There were a number of things leading up to the weekend making it clear that we shouldn’t go.  That created space and a weekend at home to catch up on a few things.  We did howeverRead More →

“You will never fully understand who God is without going on mission with Him.” – Unknown Every year I struggle with how to recreate, in words, the week spent with students on a Project Compassion trip.  Project Compassion gives students an opportunity to serve those in need and each nightRead More →

Every year we take international students from around the world on Project Compassion to serve the poor. Here’s a group that we’d love you to praye for as we depart on Project Compassion 2014 this coming Friday! If you’d like to sign up to pray for a specific person ClickRead More →

Please excuse my clogged sinuses…I had a few minutes between trains. If you want to be a part of what we’re doing… Buy a Brick for Project Compassion! Our goal is to raise 5000€ ($7000) to cover the cost of the actual building materials “bricks” students will use, as theyRead More →

Like always this is much overdue, but at least we’re consistent! Below is a link to our latest update and newsletter. We are so grateful for all of you who partner with us in this great adventure. Blessings, Brice and Julie Winter_Spring Update from the Johnsons!

Kim Jong-Un’s recent call for the execution of 33 Christians is a call to prayer and a reminder of a missed opportunity with an international school student in the 1990s. The following content is from Thomas Speckhardt, YouthCompass International. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The capital of North Korea lies over 5000 miles awayRead More →

With the EU, NATO, and Heads of state meeting to discuss conflict resolution in Ukraine I have been reminded often today to pray for the leaders involved. In December 2012 I had the opportunity to sit in a room with many of Europe’s leaders as we heard from the PresidentRead More →

We have had an incredible, busy season. Here are some of the other highlights and places where you can join us in prayer… In October, Brice had the opportunity to lead a team of staff and volunteers who served a partner church in Vevey, Switzerland during their annual retreat.  TheRead More →