Some of our good friends from our time training in Missouri are already in PNG. He is an airplane/helicopter pilot so they live on a “base” in a town, as opposed to a tribal village. He flies missionaries in and out of remote tribal locations and delivers supplies to them. (We are excited to see…
We got our thumbprints on our PNG work permit applications today. So we’ll drop them in the mail and just a few short weeks from now, they will be in PNG.
The officer who booked us was nice enough to let our girls do their thumbprints as well.
Pictures of our Easter celebrations.
To get more traffic, bloggers will comment on other blogs. This results in some pretty entertaining comments.
I got ready to apply for Everett’s passport last week and realized we don’t have a birth certificate for him. Whoops.
It seemed for a while that Spring was here, but now it’s cold and rainy. We hope it comes back soon, because this sure was fun:
And this sure was cute:
Papua New Guinea is a small nation on the other side of the world. While many people (including us for most of our lives) may recognize the name, few can find it quickly on a map. Here is some information and a little bit of history to help you become better acquainted with PNG. Click here to read on.
We are thrilled to announce that we are back on track to move to Papua New Guinea to join the church planting efforts of New Tribes Mission.
After a year detour, we are once again preparing to ship out. Everett is here and the five of us (well at least four out of five since Everett doesn’t have an opinion) are eager to resume our journey. Our hope is to leave this coming July, but our girls are ready now. They ask daily if we can start packing–maybe we should have waited a bit longer before telling them.
Between now and July we will be packing, shipping supplies, raising support and hoping that our paperwork moves steadily–if not rapidly–through Papua New Guinea’s system. If you would like to join our support team, or would like to know more about it, please contact us.