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The Last Will Be First

What follows is a highlight of my trip to Guatemala in July 2014 with my friend Tiffany Lee (Plumb) and her family of 5.  The day I met Jaqueline is one I will never forget. Jaqueline is 5 years old and lives in Santa Cecilia, Guatemala. Santa Cecilia is a small mountain village in the northeast corner of the country, a forgotten place to most of the world. As many as 80% of children under 5, in this area, suffer from chronic malnutrition

Update from Milam, December 2014

A “late” Merry Christmas from the BYERS family to all of you!!! ‘Tis the season to get through the barrage of marketing emails from anyone and everyone you’ve ever shared your email address with - I find myself cleaning up my inbox by the hour! I hope to be a breath of fresh air in the midst of all of that. Since it’s been a few months since you’ve read an update from us I wanted to end the year by sharing what God has been doing in our midst. He has continued to give us grace an

The Latest Devotional Podcasts

We've recently posted a few new devotional podcasts to help encourage you along the journey. You can listen to all 3 of the latest podcasts in about 15 minutes! As always, the best way to keep up is to subscribe. Here's the links to 3 of our latest: Comfort for Others God uses our stories of loss

The LATEST Update

Please click here for the latest newsletter update from the Byers family and The Reversal. We cherish your continued prayers and support as we seek to serve God in Nashville. September 2013 Update: http://e2.ma/message/cziri/wy36mb If you would like to receive our newsletter update you can sign up here.

The Gospel in Suffering (special PODCAST)

In July, 2003 I experienced the darkest night of my soul -- the loss of my older brother Josh. Josh was serving as a Captain in the Army at the beginning of the war in Iraq when he was tragically taken by a roadside bomb. In the last 10 years I've learned much about pain and loss, and even more about the Gospel of Jesus. In a special podcast, I share a sermon that I preached over Memorial Day weekend about how I've experienced a deeper understanding of God, even in the midst of tragedy.