Every once in a while God reveals something of your hearts desire. Maybe it was something you could have never imagined happening… like our sweet surprise baby girl Charleigh. Maybe its the day you turn off an African highway onto a bumpy, dirt path of red soil bound for your new home in Kenya. On … Continue reading I always wanted to be married to a farmer.
Our sweet baby girl, Charleigh is four and a half months old. I emphasize the “and a half” because in her short life span – each day of “and a half” is significant. Charleigh started drooling a few weeks ago showing us the early signs of her teething. Shortly after came the tears and the … Continue reading Good Things Sometimes Hurt
I checked on our flights this morning. 78 days until departure. Our family’s journey back to Kenya has taken so long – the ability to put a specific and set number of days until we take off is a bit surreal. In the fall of 2016, we were sure that we would have left for … Continue reading Moving to Kenya
In August 2015, we traveled to Pontotoc, Mississippi for Missionary Orientation Training (MOT) with Global Outreach International. With a certainty of our calling, confirmation from the Lord & mentors and a plan for ministry – we realized Global Outreach would be our conduit to see our ministry plans fulfilled. Little did we realize at that … Continue reading Why Global Outreach?
Our journey began many, many years ago on what we affectionately called our First Missionary Journey… …when we began to pray that God would use our lives to be effective for His Kingdom. God opened our hearts to minister in Nairobi, Kenya and from 2007 through mid-2009 we served with First Love International helping … Continue reading The Journey Continues