This day was one of our last chances to see the famed butterfly sanctuary outside of Madang. Last week we had arranged for a guide to take us, only for her to never show up to the appointed meeting place on time. Continue reading
2019 feels like jumping off the deep in for our family.
As many of you know, we have been living in Papua New Guinea for three years.
When we first came over here, we realized it would only be for one term ( 3 1/2 yrs) , due to the ages of our children and the fact three of them, Grace, Jenny, and Jonathan, are leaving the nest in the next year.
This is still our plan and we believe God is calling us back to the US to start a new page in our lives. One of support for our adult children and getting them acclimated to life, college, and all that God calls them to.
We are planning to make these last months in PNG count and soak up every minute of it. Yes, for sure we will miss PNG very much!
Thank you for your prayers and support! We have been blessed beyond measure.
We have some neat stories coming your way.
Our mission base is now able to run on solar power!
For a long time now, we have had to deal with lengthy and frequent black-outs due to the unstable power. Black outs and getting work done don’t go well together.
The golden Madang sun broke through the surface of the water and started to rise quickly into the lightening sky. This day was proving to be a beauty already. Continue reading
It all began rather suddenly. I started out my day like normal when around 8:00 am, the time I normally start school, the phone rang. Dad’s voice came over the phone saying that he just got an offer for me to spend a week in a remote village. If I accepted I would have two hours to pack. Of course, I said yes! Continue reading