Monthly Archives: January 2012

Closed doors, opened windows

It seems as though every door that would lead to us staying in the states is being shut.  I’m OK with that because my heart is in Nicaragua, but it’s still a little scary to see any sort of a … Continue reading

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One thing

One of the [many] things we are passionate about is relationships.  Relationships with each other, relationships with Christ, relationships in the church, relationships outside of the church, relationship with self, and with possessions…all are important.  Through the book When Helping … Continue reading

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I don’t believe an accident of birth makes people sisters or brothers.  It makes them siblings, gives them mutuality of parentage.  Sisterhood and brotherhood is a condition people have to work at.  ~Maya Angelou

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It’s Official-in Pictures

  We are so thankful for encouraging friends who surprise us with a cake to celebrate our big milestones, even though it means our paths will be diverging. Thank you, dear friends, for your constant support!

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How we got here, part 2

On our honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico When we started dating I was sure to let Mark know that this situation would be temporary.  I was 18 and headed off to college in a couple of short months.  I would be … Continue reading

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How we got here

When I was 13, I went on a mission trip to Mexico for the first time.  I fell in love nearly instantly.  I loved the warm, inviting nature of the culture, I loved the beautiful sound of the language and … Continue reading

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