|Happy New Year everyone, from our side of the Atlantic.|
Our participation in the important work, here in Gabon, only happens because you are standing with us with encouragement, friendships, prayers, visits, financial support, and more. We are grateful for this privilege to join with you and our international teammates, here, to bless others with the love of God! We hope you are all doing well and experiencing God's presence in your lives through such a challenging time worldwide.
A short family update:
|Gram, Laura, Joe|
Our first born, Joe, and Laura, his wife, are living in Chicago where they both work full time with Moody Bible Institute and are in leadership roles at their church in Chinatown- the neighborhood next to where they live. They were able to spend some extended time in Ohio with Alace's mom for the holidays (see photo). In their home we have two grand-kitties, Berlioz and Toulouse.
Our middle kiddo, Megan and hubby John, live just a 10 minute walk from Joe and Laura! Megan is finishing up her university degree as full time student while holding down a barista job, while John is full time at an international marketing company. They have also been active in a church in their neighborhood and Megan just started an internship at World Relief, serving the growing refugee population in the Chicago area. We also have a grand-kitty in their house, Xavi.
|Sam's roommate, Hyato, on the left and friend, Jessica on the right.|
Being so far apart as a family is easily the most challenging part of life, but we are so thankful for technology so that we can video call regularly.
We are so proud of our children and very very blessed!!!
We pray that the new year finds you all well and sensing God's presence along the journey. We look forward to hearing your updates and we are praying for you. Love, Steve and Alace
Love hearing from you and seeing the family. Wow, they all have a heart for ministry. So good to hear that. :) Great cat names. So fun from the Aristocats I think? Blessings on your ministry in Gabon and so glad you are able to continue working and serving through the complications of this time.ReplyDelete