In April Mike checked out of Tok Pisin language learning! And this month I also checked out! Thank you Jesus! Through this process we have become such dear friends with our language teachers. What’s next Now that we have reached the language level expected of church planters we are looking into building a team of […]
In September our family had the opportunity to move into the Mengen tribe for 3 months. The Mengen people have one missionary family living them and one church. One small church. We moved into an old missionary home beside the Flanagan family who minister and write Bible lessons for the Mengen. This move was part […]
Barefoot, I bend down and pick another clothes pin from a tin can. The breeze is warm and swirls around the little, wet dress I clip on the wash line. I smile. Our Lydia adores this yellow dress. Deep breathe. “Lord, you did it’. My hearts whispers to My good God. The last 2 months […]
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We are the Shaiebly family. Mike & Lauren both born and in raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. We were married on an extremely hot July evening. So hot that when we left the church for pictures the men’s boutonnieres wilted….yep we were pretty thankful we chose air conditioned church over the outside ceremony that day.
We have three outrageously cute children: Eleanor, Lydia & Gabriel.
We are excited to ...