By way of review: our family has begun prayerfully considering with which people group we will work in the years to come. In November, we wrote of plans to begin visiting church plant locations in Mexico – the shortage of workers right now makes opening a new work highly unlikely, so we have focused on […]
No kidding, you guys… the Husband family is growing by one! (Well, we are presuming that’s its one for now.) Elayne, Titus and Joel will be welcoming a new little brother or sister to our home sometime in October of this year – details to follow as we learn them!
In our November update, we shared our plans to begin visiting church plant locations here in Mexico. This is something that we’ve looked forward to greatly, working hard in Spanish that we might be ready to start work in one such location! Our first visit came in mid-December, permitting us a week with the missionary […]
Merry Christmas from the Husband family! What a year it has been… no matter what happened God’s faithfulness never changed, and our family is so grateful for how He upholds us each day. Click here to read our Christmas newsletter! As always, type [Ctrl] and [S] while reading our newsletter to save it… or [Ctrl] […]
Back in junior high, one of the coolest things I had ever seen was a music video put together by my church, set to Steven Curtis Chapman’s ‘Dive (Deeper).’ Honestly, it still gets me pretty excited! You see, in this video a bunch of distinguished-looking pastors, each immaculately dressed in suit and tie, suddenly up […]
Greetings from Chihuahua! Usually, we try to send a blog post out every month, but September has been one of our busiest months since arriving… so we have a short update mid-October instead! (Don’t worry, we plan on returning to our regular schedule with a longer post at the end of October). So, what have […]
You probably won’t be surprised to hear that some things have changed after a year living in a different country! After all, life ‘elsewhere’ is always full of so many new things: unique experiences, unexpected encounters, and exposure to a broad range of changes in the surrounding language and culture. As our family marks our […]
Have Amy or I ever mentioned that learning a foreign language and culture is hard? Our primary job these days is just that: Culture and Language Acquisition, or CLA for short. It’s a long-term project aimed at preparing us to clearly communicate the Gospel into another language and worldview… with as close to native proficiency […]
Ever had the urge to go camping in November?