Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” – John 14:27

September was filled with travelling and presenting. Early mornings, late evenings, Zoom calls, in-person – whatever was required of us to share God’s story. And we loved every one of the 4,605 miles we traveled!

We were honored to be asked by our home congregation to not only present what the Lord is doing in Belize, but to also give the message during the two morning services. We kicked off a new sermon series, “Forget Google…Ask God!” Our message, using Scripture from Nehemiah 2, Colossians 3, and Matthew 24 and 28, was, “Okay Google, What Should I Be When I Grow Up?”, which focused on how to merge our vocation with God’s calling for us. Despite Google being a powerful source of information and knowledge, God knows us the best, and we need to follow Him to live our best lives! If you would like to view the message in its entirety, check out this link: It was an amazing experience!
Working around varying restrictions, we were blessed to present at churches, small groups, and a school in Colorado, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Washington. Despite often being relative strangers, the wonderful saints along our journey were graciously welcoming and loving.

We thank you all for being part of the J³ family! Words cannot express how we appreciate your prayers, love, and support! We are anticipating an imminent deployment to serve the dear Belizeans, and while we do not have an official date yet, we may be creating our next newsletter from a new location. Stay tuned!

Jordan and Justin Logston

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You can send your gifts of love and support to:
The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod
PO Box 66861
St. Louis, MO 63166-6861
(Include Logston on the Memo line)

And also, you can send your gifts to our friends at:
Mission Central
40718 Highway E-16
Mapleton, IA 51034
(Include Logston on the Memo line)