Here are some more photos of “our kids” from South Korea (parents are missionaries in Ghana), Great Britain (parents serve in Burkina Faso), USA (parents serving in Togo, Eastern Niger, Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso), Benin (parents serving in Benin), New Zealand (parents serving in Easter Niger).
And that last one is appropriate, since we still laugh at ourselves – which helps us maintain some level of peace amidst all of this busy-ness! (that picture was taken at the school banquet, held at the American Embassy Recreation Center, where we were chaperones!)
Thank you for following our journey!
I just noticed that there hasn’t been an update to our blog in QUITE some time! Of course you know that a plethora of activity has passed by and I could write a page on every challenge and victory. But that would be tedious to write and (most likely) even more tedious for you to read! So I’ve decided to share some photos of the reason why we are here. (Well, the reasons, plural.) We came to serve God, but our assigned task is to live with and care for missionary kids.
This includes meals, birthdays, activities (sports, music), homework, morning devotions, Bible Studies, to-and-from school, and meals and meals and meals! Did I mention snacks? Yes, teenagers need to eat. (smile)
So here are some photos of our life with these incredible teenagers! (if the internet will cooperate!)