Monday, April 20, 2015

Mid-Tour Update

We are really enjoying all the connections that we are making on the road!  I don't know how many times I've either said or heard the phrase- "WOW!  It's a small world!"  I'm convinced that the connections we know about are actually just a fraction of the greater connections that exist and are used to be a part of BLESSING others around the globe.  

By the end of this week we will have driven over 9200 miles just in 2015 alone!  We're really getting to know the interstates in and around PA.  If you ever need a traffic update, just give us a buzz.

Did you read Alace's terrific writing on the subject of our tour?  Click here to read it

So, our hope is that, as we share stories of what we've been up to, people are seeing what God is doing around the globe and consider their part in being "in the game".  Of course, we are also looking for people to partner up with us in prayer and financial support, to sponsor the project in Africa.

Here are some other news and notes...

ALACE:  ... has been accepted into an online study program to complete her college degree in counseling- something she feels passionate about to serve the needs of international workers.  Please pray for the details to work out so that we find the funding needed and she can start for the fall semester.

SAM:  ... got his driver's license!!!  We see much less of him around the homestead... hmm... funny how that works.

JOE:  ... is planning on doing a bunch of summer studies, here in York, PA, so that he can free up time for a 6 month internship in Africa for the second half of 2016.  

MEG:  ... is loving NYACK College (New York Academy for Cool Kids... ha ha) and has even taken on an honors level course in her studies that will hopefully lead to a MASTERS in Social Work by the summer of 2019!!!

STEVE:  ...the health issues of 2014 are in the rear view mirror (viral encephalitis, malaria, gallbladder attacks), and he has passed the "First Class" FAA Medical examination last month!!! 

Thanks for your prayers and partnership on this journey!

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Church Visits and Thin Places

My wonderfully writing wife, Alace, has just written a great piece about our last speaking engagement this past weekend, for a mission conference.  Please click HERE to read it: