January, We do not post much, but thank you for still watching our adventure and ministry here in Transylvania. I decided I would write a little bit about what it’s like here in January. The weather is cold, and it’s been foggy for a few days. There was ice this morning on the inside one … Continue reading January 2020
Day three is the hottest, so after a flour game and a demo, we ate lunch and headed out to intense water games. The Hungarian was too fast for me during the lecture, but I did learn if you give a group of 70 kids lollipops they become really quiet. The flour game involved blowing … Continue reading Grain Game Day 3 and 4
Oh, what a mess… the kiddos are starting to know the songs and the routine, of course when there is only one day left. Day two was the messiest day so far. We place mud restyling in a mixture of pudding, flour, water, and whipped cream. We played water guns with a twist: four kids … Continue reading Grain game Day 2
Day 1: It’s back! Day one planning is done, and we are caffeinated and ready to go. From my(Heather) perspective: Grain game is a four-day camp with games that correspond to scripture. It is messy but full of love and fun. It gives us, the volunteers and leaders, a chance to love on children from … Continue reading Grain game day 1
From Richard: I have now known my wife for a third of my life. When you look back at it all, it’s a big deal… I feel so blessed that I still find so much joy in our relationship. The crazy part for me to comprehend is the farther we walk together, the closer we … Continue reading 10 years of knowing, 8 years of marriage and 2.5 years on mission.
We just wanted to share some photos that show what life looks like for us. Continue reading Life in Romania as of Today
You know, in the winter sometimes I wonder why I spend time playing guitar when my hubby is just so good 🙂 Here is why we play and dabble, for moments such as this. We did not get many photos, with our hands full of guitars and s’mores, but we did get one. Continue reading Campfire Songs