Boxes, boxes, and more boxes ready to be moved to our new home.So anyway, here are some of the things that have been happening in the last few months.
* Mom, Dad, Kent and Allona returned to the States for an indefinite furlough. They stayed with us for a week or so when they first arrived.So, needless to say, I’ve been too busy living life to post about it. Our next couple weeks look as though they will be full of hustle and bustle as well. We will be moving on the Fourth of July. We will have lots of painting, cleaning, and unpacking to keep us busy. So, until next time. . .
* I finished the school year with all its events, parties, grading, and hoop-la.
* My sister Charity graduated from Penn View Bible Institute as salutatorian of her class with a double major in missions and child-evangelism.
* My brother Seth graduated with a one year certificate in Biblical Studies. He plans to further his education at a technical college.
* Jason and I went through adoption training classes. We are in the beginning stages of foster-to-adopt. (More on that later.)
* Charity gave birth to a beautiful baby girl on June 1st. Hannah Ruth is a cutie with a full head of hair.
* Our house sold for a higher amount then what we paid for it without officially being on the market. (This is a definite answer to prayer in today’s economy. Someone heard we might be interested in selling via word-of-mouth, and they were VERY interested in buying.)
* We have been packing, packing, packing for our move back to campus at the school where I teach.
* Since we are downsizing, as far as our house goes, we had to downsize as far as our “stuff” goes as well. We had a weekend moving sale and got rid of quite a bit of odds and ends.
* Jason graduated via correspondence and online study from Hobe Sound Bible College with a BA in General Ministerial Studies . I am so incredibly proud of him for finishing what he started.
* Jason enrolled in Liberty University Online and began working toward a masters degree in accounting.
* I was responsible for ministering in the Gospel Station at our church. (This would be the equivalent of a junior/children’s church.) I used the wordless book as a theme.
. . . may you be blessed.