End of July found us packing up our home of 15 years to move from one Ethnos360 Bible Institute to the other. Our new roles as Dean of CM/ Interns had a sharp learning curve where building work details/ordering supplies/ campus cleanliness became our jobs to organize! Thankfully, our returning student leaders had so much good advice and experience that we drew upon. Additionally, Todd and other leaders met regularly to consider decisions with the upcoming consolidation. This will continue through next summer when the Jackson campus will close.
Fall 2018 Tribal Cup and Special Emphasis Our Jackson campus hosted tribal cup in October. Our special emphasis speakers were amazing this semester! One is heading back to PNG this month to get ready to start teaching God’s word in the heart language of a UPG for the first time. The other speaker was Gracia […]
We became grandparents on April 17! So, we have enjoyed our glorious granddaughter for six months now. Unfortunately, we live about six hours away from Andrew, Tori and Alaina so we don’t get to hold her nearly enough!
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Although I was not raised in a Christian home for the early years, both of my parents were saved shortly before I trusted Christ as my Savior at the age of 12. My family became involved in an Evangelical Free Church with an active youth program and Christian Service Brigade where I was built up in my faith.
After graduating from high school, I attended Moody Bible Institute and graduated with a diploma in ...