Waiting

The hospital bags are packed. All the baby clothes are washed, folded, and sitting in laundry baskets. The pack’n’play is assembled and stationed right next to my bed. The carseat is installed in the car. Now we’re just waiting. Waiting is one of the hardest things to do. I have always been one to be […]

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Getting Settled

We made it safely back to the States and we have spent the last few weeks trying to get settled and into a normal routine again. We are so happy to be here and near lots of family and friends, and things are going very well, we are just trying to figure out several different […]

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Home

Home: (n) 1. a house, apartment, or other shelter that is the usual residence of a person, family, or household; 2. any place of residence or refuge Where is home? My idea of home has changed a lot over the past couple of years. For a long time, home was always the house in the […]

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Evangelism in Romania: Events

 Earlier this year in May Sam and his dad planned, studied, passed out flyers, hung up posters, advertised, and rented a room at a recreational center in downtown Craiova for two nights for a lectureship on the resurrection. Sam giving a lecture on the resurrection The event took a lot of time, planning, and effort, […]

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Online Schooling

Right now Sam and I are have joined the growing number of distance students and we are both currently enrolled in online school. I am working towards a Bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature at Southern New Hampshire University, and he is studying for a Master’s degree in Christian Studies and the Classics at […]

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Pregnancy Story: Part One

I recently realized that I have shared very little concerning my pregnancy with our first child other than small updates here and there. Some have expressed interest in knowing more, so I decided to go back and create a record of our child’s life so far. Back in June after our wedding, our lovely brother […]

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Evangelism in Romania

I write this for those who are curious about some of my evangelistic conversations. It is my goal to write as accurately as I can. My Orthodox friend and I met through a mutual friend who evangelizes for a local non-denominational church. After getting some corndogs at cafeteria in grocery store under the mall, we […]

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