did you ever see such a sight

Tuesday, June 30, 2009
2 weeks ago a team from a little town just south of Nashville, the team was comprised of member of the Bridge, a wonderful Church that Abby and I went to and served at while in Nashville. It was so good seeing old friends and connecting with new ones. This was our first full scale mission trip and we are so thankful to the bridge for being so understanding of how we are all still figuring this whole hosting groups thing out.

We connected with some wonderful people in the city by serving with Social Justice groups, handing out fliers, and in general seeking out people to serve and love on. We threw a picnic for the downtown hawthorne neighborhoods on Wednesday night and saw an amazing turnout of diverse people that none of us had ever met before. The team was phenomenal they served and loved on people humbly and with a sacrificial spirit.

A special thanks needs to go out to Jeremy and Pam Robinson, Jennifer Whitley, Katie Lewis, and Randall Rearden, without these guys there is no way we could have done it. The spent 12+ hrs a day leading, serving, working, tirelessly to do what they could to make the trip a success for Mission Fargo and the Bridge. There are a lot of great pics on facebook and different Bridge members facebook pages.

On an ending note Mission Fargo has fallen on some tough financial times. We have been terrible about updating supporters in recent months so we very much apologize for not keeping you up to date on what is going on here but we are calling anyone who believes in the calling of Mission Fargo we humbly ask you to give if the Lord would have you give.

Please send your tax deductible donations to
Temple Baptist Church
2801 Broadway N
Fargo, ND 58102
Memo line- Mission Fargo John and Abby Fisher

We are so thankful that the Lord has made it possible that almost 100% of the funds donated to Mission Fargo goes straight to the ministry. We are so thankful that the Lord has provided us a livable income to that we can equip other to do ministry, we can ourselves, and we can directly impact people where they are.

Thank you for your gifts and support thus far and we look forward to working with you even more in the future.

"It's Summertime"

Tuesday, June 23, 2009
A funny thing has been happening to me over the past year, I keep thinking I am busy, and then the next thing happens. HA. I can be heard using the phrase, and I thought I was busy then....

This summer thus far has been one of the most challenging, difficult, busy, hard, rewarding, needed, amazing, wouldn't have it any other was times of my life.

Jeremy and Pam and here the three summer missionaries are here and mission teams are coming and going and there are so many times I feel like I am just trying to keep up. But in the midst of it all some amazing things are happening. We had our first public Mission Fargo event and ti went spectacular, we have been expanding our reach by great lengths through the labor of the summer missionaries and also the Robinsons. We have connected with tons and tons of people people and we are seeing the Lord work his will in spectacular ways!