Monthly Archives: September 2014

The House Next Door

We live in a 107 year old row house in downtown DC. The building next to us, was pretty awful (seriously terrible).  The owner of the building next door sold it, it’s now being demolished and will be rebuilt as … Continue reading

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What we desire for our three kids

Back in the spring, I posted about our desire for our kids. What we hope God will do with them through the experience of being Missionary/Third Culture Kids. As part of our pre field training, we’ve been reflecting on the … Continue reading

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Three kids–it’s kind of a thing

We have three kids now. That’s not a lot of kids. Really it’s not. There are people with tons of kids all over the country. Heck, all over the suburbs people have large families. But here, in DC, in our … Continue reading

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Commending His Works to the Next Generation

As we prepare to go to Costa Rica, we are excited about opportunities to partner with churches in impacting the next generation. Last weekend, I got the opportunity to preach a sermon on Psalm 145 as part of Ambassador’s “Summer Psalms” … Continue reading

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