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December 2022 — Changing Seasons

So much to be thankful for

As we observe the changing weather from season to season, we are reminded of the changing seasons in our lives. And we are thankful for how each season brings with it blessings and growth. As we look back on this year, we are amazed at how God has worked through you, our partners, to provide for us! We began the year with 34% of our monthly support committed, and we are now well past the 90% mark!


We are now entering a new season as we prepare to move to France. We need to pack up and sell things. We need to think through logistics and visas. We will need to find housing and transportation. The process can, at times, feel daunting. But we know that, just as God has brought us through the process of raising support, He will also guide us through this next phase. We appreciate your prayers for us in this regard as well as for your continued prayers for us! Every time one of you responds to a prayer letter or shoots us a text that you are praying for us, it is a huge encouragement. We are so thankful for them!


Cultural Training

After the beginning of the new year, we will be moving as a family to the mountains of NC for a month of cross-cultural training. Please pray for this time for us. There is a program for us as well as for the kids. Pray that God will use this time to prepare the whole family for the next stage in our ministry.


Thank you all for your continued prayer and support!


Merry Christmas!


Your friends, Michael, Jessica, Amelia, & Jack


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Prayer

  • Pray for continued growth in our language-learning endeavors.

  • Pray for our upcoming cultural training in NC.

  • Pray for wisdom as we embark on the process of moving overseas.

Praise

  • God is bringing in our support! Several new supporters have partnered with us since our last letter.



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