Prayer Letter June/July 2014

Successful Move!
On May 22 we arrived safely in Wisconsin after a four day drive from Spokane, Washington.
Our new address through August is:
N1322 County Road E
Waupaca, WI 54981
A God thing for housing: After sharing at a church in northern Washington in April, a lady came up to Phil and said, “You may not remember me, but I babysat you years ago in Waupaca!” She and her husband then offered us the use of their summer cottage, which “just happens” to be near our folks in Waupaca. We are so grateful for the Lord’s divine appointments!

July 6—Lighthouse Fellowship, Milaca, MN
July 12—Men’s breakfast, 1st Assembly, Waupaca, WI
July 13—Fox Valley Christian Fellowship, Kimberly, WI
July 20—Victory Church, Waupaca, WI
July 27—Crosspoint Assembly, Portage, WI
Aug 3—First Assembly, Waupaca, WI
Aug 10—Hartford Assembly, Hartford, WI
Aug 24—Radiant Fellowship, Waupaca, WI
We’re available during the week and on Sunday nights to share with your small group, Bible study or friends.


Now-Aug—Itineration, live in Wisconsin

Sept-Dec—Technical Orientation, N. Carolina

January 2015—leave for Kenya!


Africa Inland Mission has a set monthly budget for all their missionaries.  We are currently at 40% of this goal.  Our financial deadline is end of July so we can attend fall Orientation.

We are stepping out in faith to follow God’s call to Kenya.

Will you step out in faith to help us get there?

Just 88 more people giving $50 a month will meet the

remainder of our monthly budget.

Simply fill out  this AIM pledge card and return it to us with your first check.

When writing checks, do NOT write our name on it.

Prayer and Praises


*successful Farewell Benefit in Spokane

*safe travels

*40% of support raised

*18th wedding anniversary

*Andrew turns 16 in July

*reconnecting with friends and family


*continued travel safety

*additional financial partners

*required paperwork for Kenya—details and timelines

*transitions for kids/health

*Kenya—troubling times and conflicts

*Our AIM AIR co-workers in Nairobi