Monthly Archives: August 2010

The marathon begins

Blake started his last year of classes at McAfee on Monday. Part of me feels relieved that seminary is coming to an end and part of me dreads what it’s going to take to actually get to the end. In addition to five classes (14 hours), he has 20 hours of work and 6 hours of an internship type thing (class-required). Continue reading

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Copper mine accident

As many of you have heard, there has been a great disaster as well as a grand miracle in the Atacama region of Chile. For those who don’t know, there was a copper mine collapse that has trapped some thirty-something … Continue reading

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A Wonderful Sunday at Church

It’s wonderful to be a member of a church that so wholeheartedly supports what we are going to be doing in Chile. Bekah and I left church this past Sunday elated, feeling the love and support of our congregation. “What … Continue reading

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Ask and it will be given

We finally finished our support letter and we’ve been sending it out in batches for the last couple of weeks. I have to say that I wasn’t sure the letter would ever be finished. We kept finding things here and there to change and new information to include. We messed with the margins to keep everything on one page, we searched for the perfect picture to use as a background, etc. I think this process could have gone on forever, and not because we’re perfectionists. If you don’t believe me, ask my mother. She knows what my cursive writing looked like as a kid. Continue reading

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