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July Prayer Letter

Dear Family and Friends,

Having recently read Sent to the River God Forgot, I was reminded once again of the utter necessity of prayer to sustain this ministry of Bible translation. 550 more words


Furlough: first two weeks

(above) Our kids reconnecting with their Aussie cousins after 4 years apart!

There are times when I feel like I’m drinking through a fire hose over the last few weeks. 900 more words

Transition And Adjustment

Encouraged and Needing Support

The Lord really encouraged my heart at the recent BMM Annual Conference. The special speaker used Hebrews 11 to remind us of the importance of walking by faith. 439 more words



All is well
Always as it should
Safely in place

You suddenly appear
Without warning
Or concern

Shatter mirage
Once forgotten
In midst battlefield

Heart yields… 22 more words


All grown up

The trench weeded, dug, amended, and planted last fall finally looks like a real garden bed.

The azaleas performed on schedule, most of the bulbs made it…(not the lilies, though; maybe I should snag more…), and the asters have needed cutting back several times already. 27 more words


Almost finished

We thank God for His help and provision on furlough. As it stands right now, we have two scheduled meetings left for furlough! I know we are tired from the travelling. 343 more words



Do you remember the days of the roundabouts at the park.  People would pile on this crazy ride and someone who wanted to make others sick would quickly spend the “puke machine” until someone would either fall off or fulfill the name previously given to the roundabout.   274 more words