Monthly Archives: November 2014

How to Prepare for Thanksgiving, thoughts from a 6 year old

For those of you who haven’t yet decided what to make for your big Thanksgiving meal, I have a solution. Or rather, Hanissa has a solution. So from our house to yours with love, here’s the menu my 6 year … Continue reading

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New Journeys

You’ve probably already heard the news.  We are resigning as missionaries.  There are a lot of mixed emotions in this decision. While still in high school, I knew I would live overseas as a missionary.  I never imagined that wouldn’t … Continue reading

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A Heart for Ministry, the Next Generation

John said it like this, “I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth.” Hearing that those we discipled and were involved in ministry with are serving the Lord and living lives pleasing … Continue reading

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November Newsletter

Surgery Update As you are aware, last summer, we arrived back in the US on a planned 12-18 month medical furlough to diagnose and take care of Hanissa’s medical needs. We have worked diligently with multiple doctors and therapists to … Continue reading

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November Challenge

I met a friend for coffee recently and she wanted to know how she could pray for me. I can think of 101 requests. Hanissa’s upcoming surgery, our house needing to sell in China, ministry opportunities, and on and on … Continue reading

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