In the season of Thanksgiving, I am reminded of how truly blessed I am. God has blessed me with a wonderful life: a beautiful wife, five great children, my parents and siblings living nearby, and you as my Living the Adventure Ministries family. Each person in my life plays an
Micah has received acceptance letters from several colleges and universities. We are proud of his accomplishments. Please pray for him as he makes his decision about which school to attend.
Micah and Judah were selected to participate in the IMEA District Choir. Though there will not be an in-person concert,
For several years, we have partnered with artisans and ministries in Haiti to sell metal artwork, coffee, and jewelry to support Haitian artisans and our continued mission work. We have a wide variety of great and unique gift items that would make wonderful gifts during this holiday season. We will
In about seven weeks, we will say goodbye to 2020 and usher in 2021. It has been quite a year and to be truthful, it seems some of 2020 is going to bleed over into 2021. I continue to stay optimistic about the end of the pandemic and look forward
As you prepare to do more shopping during the holiday season, consider using Amazon Smile for any purchases you make on Amazon. Living the Adventure Ministries is registered with Amazon Smile as an organization you can support through Amazon Smile. Go to smile.amazon.com and select Living the Adventure Ministries as
In 1944, E. Stanley Jones wrote the book The Christ of the American Road to speak to our need to understand the role Christ needs to play in our national conversations. Recently, the E. Stanley Jones Foundation reprinted this book. Its timely word to our present situation is as necessary
Nancy’s birthday was October 14. She was able to celebrate her special day with her Kindergarten Class and then with an ice cream cake at home.
Matt and Nancy were able to travel to Michigan October 9-12 to check on her dad’s house and to attend her cousin’s memorial visitation.
As an athlete in childhood and adolescence, I remember the excitement when the crowd would cheer for the team when we took the field or came out on the court. In the small towns where I grew up, the football and basketball games in the evenings drew great crowds as
A good friend from Indiana who lives in Haiti and has stayed throughout the pandemic thus far is going to return home for a few weeks in November. In a recent conversation with him, I feel confident we can continue working on plans for a team to travel to Haiti
Memorial gifts were given in memory of Carl Jenks (Nancy’s father) by:
John and Mary Jo Barnard
Albion Grade School Flower Fund
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