An Early Fall Update

Dear Supporting Churches and Individuals,
We are back on the road again full time with our family of 4! Clara has proven to be a fabulous traveler so far, just like her big sister. It is hard to believe Clara is almost 3 months old and has already been in countless states! Charlotte keeps asking when Clara will be able to play with her and loves being a helpful, big sister.
As I type this, a significant portion of our worldly possessions are on a container en route to Honduras.download_20150915_164114

A huge thank you to Gloryland Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL for allowing us space on their shipping container for our possessions. Their generosity saved us from having to ship our own container, which would have cost us thousands of dollars. Please pray that the container will arrive safely and that none of our belongings will be lost, broken, or stolen.
In our last update, we informed you of a Christmas project for the kids in Honduras. One of our supporting churches in New York has taken up offerings from their children’s classes in order to provide the children at Hogar de Amor with Christmas presents. Another of our churches in North Carolina has decided to add to that by buying school supplies, toys, shoes, and other essentials for the children. A few people from the church will be flying down to spend their Christmas on the orphanage property to present the gifts to the kids in person. How exciting to be able to bless the “least of these”! If you are interested in giving towards Christmas presents for the children, please contact us on here or our facebook page for more information.
We were able to be in two wonderful churches in southeast Georgia this past month. Coastal Baptist Church in St. Mary’s put on a wonderful conference and blessed us in so many ways. They gave of themselves and we were so honored to be a part of it. We also were able to present at Bible Baptist in Brunswick. It is exciting to see so many that want to be a part of what God is doing through missions. We were able to present at two churches in rural Indiana as well and were blessed by them. Our support level continues to hover between 70-80%. Please continue to pray that we will be able to be fully supported by the end of the year.
We begin a missions conference in Hummelstown, PA this weekend. Following that, we will be in Smiths Grove, KY for a conference. Please pray for us as we travel!
Prayer Requests:
 Axle replacement on our travel trailer
 Dental work for Chris and Beth before we leave the country (specifically, a dentist willing to do the work at low cost)
 Setup fund costs
 Travel mercies and health
The devil seems to be fighting overtime as we get closer to our arrival date in Honduras. We are more determined than ever that he will not be victorious! Thank you for praying and rejoicing with us as we endeavor to accomplish what God has called us to do!
Ps. 34:1 “I will bless the LORD at all times; His praise shall continually be in my mouth.”

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