Wow! It’s hard to believe, but we’ve been here for a year now! It’s been challenging, for sure. We’ve struggled to communicate without formal language training. We’ve constantly dealt with power and water issues. The kids have made never-ending messes. The weather has always been too dry or too wet. The to-do lists have been […]
Happy Easter! Isn’t it great that God loves us so much that He sent his son to die in our place, so we could be restored to a relationship with him?! We hope you have an an enjoyable Easter. Things continue to move forward in high gear for us. Let me catch you up on […]
Last month I wrote two posts about some of the unexpected ways God has been working as we raise support. This week the surprises continued. During a conference call with some of the leadership at MAF we discussed a new plan that drastically changes our path moving forward.
A year ago our family started down a long, bumpy road of raising a team of ministry partners for our upcoming ministry in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This process has included raising $6,500 in monthly support from individuals and churches. Our support grew quickly to 30% in the first two months of deputation. Growth […]
Omri Kent Fuller Born 17 May 2011 at 2:32 AM in Grinnell, Iowa 8 lbs. 8 oz. 20 in. In the IT world we often see references to “Hello World.” When programmers are learning to code a new language the first exercise is often to write a program that will display “Hello World” on the […]
Wow, looking back on February it was quite the month! The calendar page turned over to February while was on my trip to Congo, during which my wife emailed to report that the snowdrifts across the street were as tall as the stop sign. While friends and family back home in Iowa were coming off […]