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This week we say “see you later” to our friend and co-laborer in ministry here in Ecuador with the Santiago Partnership, Annalea Egging. I (Kim) went to North Park University with her although we were in a different class. Who
It was a tough week for ceramics in our house. It’s summertime so all kids are home all the time which makes the probability of things happening a little higher. The first accident happened in the kitchen with Ephraim. I
There must be a theme going on today about prayer. Sometimes we don’t know HOW to pray or what to pray or where to even start. Sometimes for me personally I feel like “hey I’m a missionary, I should have
I’ll be honest as I usually am. I have been contemplating writing this blog for a while now. I know it is something that needs to happen. It is a good way for me to somehow organize my scattered brain
As silly as this selfie looks…. here we go!
This my attempt to explain why I am now beardless. For those of you are thinking right now, “who cares???” or “why a reflection on something so trivial???”… I will
Recently a new resource was distributed through the Evangelical Covenant Church and Covenant World Relief which is called Kids Helping Kids: Orphans and Vulnerable Children.
Through the Kids Helping Kids resource, children will learn from and be inspired by children
I wonder sometimes if people understand what the life of a missionary is like. I think people want to. I think people even TRY to, but I’m not sure that to “understand” is quite the right word. Some may empathize
Check out this article on the Covenant newswire that quotes Kim: https://covenantcompanion.com/2019/02/15/j2m-journey-in-midwest-conference-stirs-pain-hope/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+covchurch%2Fnews+%28Covenant+Newswire%29
Here are a couple of posts from Kim:
Just 2 weeks ago, I had the opportunity to be involved in Journey to Mosaic (J2M). It was in the Denver, Colorado area during our denominations annual conference for missionaries and pastors.
We’d like to share a prayer request for you. We have had a plan for this year and we are finally getting to the point where we are slowing down enough that we can finally start to enact that plan.