Celebration in the Village

I was about to participate in another traditional Sakalava ritual. The ground was swept clean and covered with grass mats, the mango and guava trees had been cut back, and a beautiful entrance… Continue reading

The Meaning of Words

We continue to praise God for bringing Hudson Quinn into the world on February 18th. He is a blessing to our family and we look forward to the years God gives us to… Continue reading

Getting Caught Up

We have arrived safely in Antananarivo, where we will remain until the little one is born, God willing. It has been a few weeks since our last post, so let me get you… Continue reading

The long journey…and where will the baby be born?

Where did October go…and November? We traveled…and traveled…5 airplanes one-way, 6 taxi buses, a few trams; across the continent of Africa, over the Atlantic Ocean and south to the Dominican Republic. We spent… Continue reading

No Longer New

The question on my mind as we prepared to host our second outreach event in the village was, “Are they going to come back?” We knew the first event would be well attended… Continue reading

The Lingering Question

We have now had two public gatherings, each in a different village. Ladys and the band continue to create songs from translated Sakalava scripture (They have recently created a story song from Genesis… Continue reading

Going Public

We woke up last Sunday with anticipation for the day. A feeling inside that can be described as a ‘stirring deep within’…God was up to something…heart related…we could all sense it. Kids, we’re… Continue reading

Rebe’s Pregnant!

Rebe and I are excited to share with you that we are expecting our 4th child in late February! We praise God for this new miracle that he has blessed us with. While… Continue reading

Flying By in the Jungle

Do you ever have those months that just fly by? That was June for our family here on the Big Island… We all pitched in and turned our school room into an artist’s… Continue reading

What do you treasure?

Foreign culture has the ability to put the missionary at their wits end…transforming personalities, and leaving missionary parents grasping for a reason to delight in their children. On the flip side, foreign culture… Continue reading

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