It has been too long

When I saw that our last post was published on October 11th, a short wave of excitement went through my brains. What a blessing that we never mentioned our new years resolution of writing more blogs in 2019!
Nobody will ever know that our last born DNA of being lazy and dependent on mom kicked in hard this time.
Our blog actually fell off the internet for a little while and our dear brother PD graciously picked it back up and restored our and the url’s dignity.

In the meantime we are still doing missions in Colorado Springs and for some of you we are still at the other side of the country/world.

I will be leaving for Thailand and Nepal when this month hits the middle and will stay there till it hits the end.
I will be going there with our Business as Missions team. We will be taking a few local business guys to introduce them to the companies and people we partner with in Asia and hopefully get the local business owners to come alongside the BAM people to do some long distance coaching! We also will be attending a Business As Missions conference where there will be a “shark tank” where new business ideas will be presented and hopefully funded by the sharks.
Two students of our School of Business and Entrepreneurship will present their business plans, which they developed at our school on our campus.
The conference will have several breakout seminars and I will be teaching one of them on Online Marketing.

As I wrote in the last blog posted on October 11 2018, I (Hj) now have officially left the coffeehouse and stepped into my full time role with Kairos Traders. It has been going really good and I am excited for all the things God is doing in the area of fighting human trafficking. Kairos Traders started off the new year great! We joined a local co-op space in a prime location in downtown Colorado Springs and we started selling at Kairos Coffeehouse.
I am working on our website right now to get it ready to sell wholesale so we can create many more jobs for the businesses that employ survivors!
We are hoping that this year the online store will grow by a lot so if you want to contribute you can go there right now and buy yourself or someone else a beautiful gift for Valentine’s Day or any other day, that builds a community where there is no trafficking of people! Please pray that our work will spread rapidly so we can prevent and work against trafficking. www.kairostraders.com

Committed Necklace

Let me write a little bit about Joy and then I will call it quits.
Joy is still working here locally, reaching out to the women that work in the massage parlors. One of the ladies came to know the Lord not too long ago and that was a direct answer to prayer. Two people joined Joy’s team and in the next week or two they will be doing a Valentine’s Day outreach where they will take 30 of our students from here at our campus and give gifts and prophetic words to the working women. In the past this outreach has been really good. Please pray that the students will hear from God clearly and that the women will receive the gifts.

Thank you for reading.
I am in the process of creating a FB page for our mission work so you can stay up to date a bit better, while writing more blogs! (lol)

2 thoughts on “It has been too long

  1. I assume I am the only person on the wide worldly web who reads your blog, and I just wanted to be sure you know that! For various reasons, I am especially excited for your upcoming trip to Thailand and Nepal.

  2. No,Imoan, you are not the only one who is following H J travels,but you know this month more members of the Fousert family are travelling around the world.Besides Nepal and Thailand,there was Zambia,Chili,The Azoren,and shortly Oregon US . Sofar putting all the miles together they travelled twice around the world,can you follow that.We just can follow them leaving and coming back on the internet and see them save home again.Thanks to the Lord.In the meantime we listen sometimes to HJ when his radio show is broadcasted every wednesday night’Sure we look up the blog to see our great grandchildren growing up from a long distance

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