Author Archives: Steven Dresselhaus

About Steven Dresselhaus

Steve is a career missionary with TEAM. TEAM is a faith based, international, non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to making life better for everyone now and in the future. We do this by creating sustainable and reproducing gatherings of Jesus followers who understand that as long as they are here they have the privilege of serving Jesus by serving their neighbors and by teaching them spiritual truths found in the Bible. Steve is a SCUBA diver, sea kayaker and an avid cyclist. Meeting with followers of Jesus every week is a number one priority for him. Making the world a better place by obeying Jesus is what energizes him.

KAYAK MINISTRY UPDATE

The La Paz Sea Kayaking Ministry: Using adventures at sea to transform lives   We are taught in the Bible that it is wrong to bury our talents and do nothing with them.  We also see cases in the Bible … Continue reading

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Whew! There is a lot going on!

“It was the names of your kayaks” which caused me to seek out Christians to find the answers I was looking for.” Each kayak has a name of the fruit of the Spirit painted on the bow.  In the  photo … Continue reading

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TIME TO RELAUNCH!

USING ADVENTURES AT SEA TO HELP MAKE DISCIPLES OF JESUS After an afternoon kayak trip with a friend the following partial quote appeared on my page on FACEBOOK. “Discussions were deep and warm,  filled with  laughter ….It has been years … Continue reading

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GRATEFUL

LIKE A STUMBLE-TONGUED CHILD Do you remember when your small children would come home from the zoo and try to describe the day?  They had so much to say and report on that they stumbled over their words, unable to … Continue reading

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WOW!

DRESSELHAUS UPDATE, MARCH 2016 TRAVELING AND SEEING SOME AMAZING AND WONDERFUL THINGS I’m sitting in the Mexico City airport on my way home after a trip to Honduras and Costa Rica.  I spend a lot of time in this place.  … Continue reading

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BUSY IN BAJA

      This is our new rental in La Paz.One of the keys to being a successful missionary (or a successful Christian for that matter) is getting to know your neighbors.  We moved into our new rental house three days … Continue reading

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WE ARE BACK

WE ARE BACK There was instant recognition from the barber, an extended hand for a warm greeting,  and then his first words, “You have less hair.”  Such are the dangers of returning to live in La Paz to serve as … Continue reading

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