Support the Nahong Outreach

Hey All! As you know, Luke and I spent a lot of time in and out of Nahong Thailand.

Our long term goal was to raise up Thai believers to carry on the work there.

Praise God for our amazing friend P’Taa! He came with us to Nahong as our translator several years running. He has been planting YWAM in central Thailand for the last few years and is now established enough to be taking teams of Thai YWAMers back to Nahong!

Luke and I are giddy with excitement over this! Please join us in praying for him and his team! Thai people respond so much more quickly to the hope of the gospel when it comes from someone in their own culture. They have deep cultural pride and so P’Taa will be able to take leaps and bounds in which we were limited!

So awesome! Let us know if you will commit to praying along side us everyday of their outreach. We will keep you updated here with any updates we hear. Below is the link to his newsletter detailing what they need and will be doing. Also, Luke and I will be supporting this mission with a portion of our monthly support, so THANK YOU for making that possible! If you feel led to give extra there are instructions within the newsletter.

In other news, Baby Neraasen is on a growth spurt and I’m having trouble putting my socks on! Praise God 🙂 Everything checks out as a perfectly healthy baby thus far. Keep us in our prayers. Much love,

Cheyenne (& the mini-me).


News from Zion.

Here’s an update on Zion cafe’ and lighthouse in action in Chiang Mai! They are doing amazing things. (for new readers, this is the Ministry Luke and I partnered with in Thailand for several years)

They are always on our hearts and in our prayers, say a prayer for Emmi and her Staff today, would you? Here is what they are launching now! Check it out. Saving girls and hearts for Jesus. ❤

The Little Polish Lady…

Walking through this Park in Athens, Greece I, Cheyenne, was reminded not to forget love. Myself and 3 others were taking a prayer walk through this park located behind the parliament building. Interceding for the Country as well as for our Team members who were at one of the Squatters buildings in the Anarchist district of the City. During this prayer time we ran into a bent over old lady sitting on a park bench. And by old, I mean OLD. My heart broke to think that she might not have an actual home by the looks of her. I was able to sit down by her on the bench to which she insisted on standing up and greeting the whole group. In very broken English we found out that she came to Athens years and years ago from Poland. However, the language barrier was too much and we couldn’t know why. But when I asked if we could pray with her she became ecstatic. It seems that she may have been one to flee Poland during WWII (I only wish I could know her whole story). But the Spirit of God needs no language and we prayed together thanking the Lord & Blessing this woman. Afterwards she declined our offer to get food and instead smothered us with so many kisses. I have never been kissed by a stranger like that before! Haha! What a sweet lady she was. Today I am remembering her and lifting her up in my prayers. Father knows her story and He is fighting for her.


Much Love, Cheyenne.