Last Sunday, after ministering in northern Idaho, we completed our trek home! I cannot put words to what a gift it is to be here, in our own home, in this beautiful snowy place!
We got here late Sunday evening, after a long drive and a stop in town to grocery shop. We were greeted with a fire blazing in our wood stove and a decorated Christmas tree with presents underneath... We felt so loved!
There is not cell service out here without a network booster, which was down along with our internet for the first several days. . . Which was okay with me! We've enjoyed the peace, quiet, beauty and rest.
I wake up every morning and tiptoe into the living room to open up my blinds to this! . . . I am overwhelmed by God's kindness!
The boys bundle up each day and go play in the snow. Josh has been helping feed the goats and dogs. I've enjoyed unpacking my few decorations and pictures and getting settled into the house. We'll be here a month before we head out for another ministry tour and we are soaking up every moment! :)
Today we got another fun surprise! Mr. S (our "landlord"/neighbor) said that we could "have" one of the big puppies as our pet/guard dog! He'll stay on our side of the ranch keeping us and our stuff safe and making our boys very, VERY happy! I'll post pictures of "Curly" soon! :)
Josh and I are working hard to prepare for our next ministry tour as well as finalizing plans for this upcoming year. I'll try to get back to keeping you posted more frequently now that I have internet again. :) Blessings from our home to yours! :)
Hi! I'm Sarah
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Ezekiel & 1 Peter
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The Gospel of Luke
(Women's Bible Study at Church)
The Seventeenth Swap
by Eloise Jarvis McGraw
(family read aloud)
by Jamie C. Martin
Mother and Son:
The Respect Effect
by Emerson Eggerichs