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15
Dec 2015
5 Ways We Can Serve Our Missionaries

Philip and I spent one year in Taiwan and during that time we were blessed to have a great support system. When we look back we can see how God used our pastors, families, and friends through a variety of ways. Now, we are in the states and we want to replicate what was shown to us to the missionaries who are still on the field. And for us to encourage you to do the same.......

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07
Oct 2015

T7 – Serving in a church When you are part of a small church, there are a lot of things to get done. This means that anyone might find themselves scrubbing floors, changing electrical outlets, and even singing. If you aren’t aware, we aren’t talented singers. We have been reminded that to give is more blessed than to receive. ⛪️...

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05
Oct 2015

T8: Sherry Sherry has challenged my beliefs more than anyone I know. Sometimes when I taught based on my own understanding, Sherry has been very patient with me, as we had to go back to the Bible together to see what the God was really saying. She has helped me understand the importance of studying scripture and communicating biblical concepts clearly. I’m so thankful for the people in our lives who......

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03
Oct 2015

T10 – The value of having mentors Moving to a new country is a crazy experience. Trying to learn a new language such as Chinese is even crazier. Being a part of the beginning of a new church, that is the craziest thing we’ve ever done. If we didn’t have patient and knowledgable mentors to guide us, we would have made a lot of mistakes. We had so many silly ideas......

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01
Oct 2015

T12: One Year Cheer It’s been one year since we packed our bags and went to the airport to come to Taiwan ??➡️?? What is something you learned this year?...

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29
Sep 2015

T14: Visitors 1/3 We were blessed to have family and friends visit us in Taiwan. Thankful that we got share our lives with them. And even for a few days to have both worlds interact. It was truly memorable and so special....

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