It’s hard to believe, but our baby Kaili will graduate high school in a year! It will also be time for our home assignment (furlough). This time, though, instead of traveling and speaking, we’re plugging right back into ministry in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Because it will take some time to get all three of our kids settled into American life, we’ll be serving at Ethnos360 Bible Institute (EBI) until they are settled. We will still be missionaries serving with Ethnos360 in need of missionary support – we’ll just be helping to reach the tribes from Stateside for a few years. How long will we be there? It’s too soon to tell, but we’ve given EBI a 3-year commitment, and we’ll keep listening to God to see where we go from there.
By next year, Kobe should be in his last year there and Kaili is considering attending EBI as well. Kiera will still need to finish high school, but is also thinking about going to EBI! So, this seems to be the natural place to call home for a few years until our kids are OK on their own. Aaron has accepted a role in the Business/Finance area at EBI, and Stacy’s role has not yet been decided. Aaron was there at EBI last August dropping off Kobe and felt that this was what was next for us. He’s felt God pulling us there ever since. Stacy is especially excited for discipleship opportunities with the students. After 3 years, we’ll know how the kids are doing and if we’ll be able to head back to PNG or if God is calling us in another direction.
The New Tribes Mission Papua New Guinea Business Office!
We have a LOT of things to get in place before we leave in a year!
We received the first of 3 new helicopters for the ministry here in Papua New Guinea. We were able to commission this new bird to the Lord’s service several weeks ago.
Thank you for supporting us here in Papua New Guinea!