A day in the city

We spend a day driving around the city…having adventures with face masks!  

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Disinfecting Ourselves

As the virus spreads in Guatemala, we take extra measures to protect ourselves and those we serve.    

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Quarantine in Guatemala

Guatemala isn’t supervious to the Coronavirus Quarantine.  We got back from our vacation in Jamaica just in time to avoid the border shutdown! If you want to know how we are trying to best serve our families in these difficult times, please check out this update from the SARF website so you know how to […]

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Missy Gets Tested

Missy gets some testing done to see what is going on with her stomach.  

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A very special prayer request

This week we serve with scrap wood, meet with our boss, and Missy shares a HUGE prayer request regarding her school requirements.

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Typhoid Fever

Missy got hit with a doozy this week!

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Prayer: a Multi-front Battle

I think sometimes…or maybe a little too often…it’s easy to “glorify” missionaries and what they do.  The same holds true with pastors, priests, and any kind of spiritual leader with a title or position.  As Missy and I continue to grow in our relationship with God and help others do the same, we realize that […]

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To The Ends of the Earth

This is a common phrase for evangelical Christians.  If you are not familiar, it is the Christian mission statement or otherwise known as “the great commission” as this was one of the last things Jesus said to his disciples before ascending back to heaven.  We read it in Matthew 28 like this: 18And Jesus came up […]

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Accepted

As most of you know from my last blog post I had an interview at Messiah College on September 21, 2017 to see if I would be accepted to their marriage, couple and family counseling degree program.  What I didn’t include in that post (because I was trying to surprise some people) was that through […]

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Trust

A few weeks ago my husband shared a blog post about his breakthrough burn. For those of you who didn’t read the last blog that he put out check it out here.  He’s worked hard for 14 weeks to allow God to transform his life physically, mentally and spiritually.  The day that my husband submitted […]

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