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The World Is Changing


What if you only had five minutes to pack?


According to the International Rescue Committee, "Every minute conflict and disaster force 20 people to flee their homes, often with mere seconds to make impossible choices about what to bring with them on a journey of unknown length to an unknown destination." Their world is changing. Our world is changing.


Lydia is doing well academically, serving on the school worship team and in various leadership positions, and playing soccer, basketball, and volleyball. As a senior, she has the opportunity to serve the local community through her senior project. She has prayed for and developed her project on addiction to technology and its adverse effects on mental health. She will be hosting a seminar on February 4th, led by the author of Digital Cocaine, Brad Huddleston, on the importance of healthy technology use. Lydia needs to raise funds in the amount of 28,000 baht (around $801) for her project. A donation of any amount is greatly appreciated! Please see her website for more details.etails.tails.ails.ils.ls.s.


In our short time working with immigrants and refugees in Bowling Green, we’ve begun to develop relationships with a few people. We’re taking time to learn about their culture, speak a few words in their language, prepare foods from their home country, etc. Our new friends appreciate these attempts.


We ask that you be in prayer for our relationships. That Christ’s love for them will be evident in our words and actions. As we continue to work cross-culturally Stateside, we appreciate your continued prayers and financial partnership.


On the Homefront

We’re grateful for Luke’s work ethic. He’s currently working for UPS part-time (almost full-time through Christmas), part-time as a barista at The King’s Café, doing odd jobs in his spare time, and loving the public library! He’s praying about and planning for his future.


Lydia is doing well academically, serving on the worship team and in various leadership positions, and playing soccer, basketball, and volleyball. As a senior, she has the opportunity to serve the local community through her senior project. She has prayed for and developed her project on addiction to technology and its adverse effects on mental health. She will be hosting a seminar on February 4th, led by the author of Digital Cocaine, Brad Huddleston, on the importance of healthy technology use. Lydia needs to raise funds in the amount of 28,000 baht (around $801) for her project. A donation of any amount is greatly appreciated! Please see her website for more details.


Micah and Ezra are in the midst of homeschooling. They miss their friends in Thailand. Goodbyes are always hard. Relationship building takes time. Activities they enjoy are deer hunting, fishing, and golf.


We are thankful for the opportunities the Lord has given us here, yet we are still learning to be content with where the Lord has us. Our passport country doesn’t feel like home. We’ve changed from the first year we lived in China. Friends and family have changed. America has changed. This is not ‘home’ for us. Things are familiar yet foreign. Our time in Thailand was short, but God has a purpose in that. China felt more “home” than Thailand or America, yet, now, China is not the same. The world is in constant change. The Lord, however, has remained the same. He is faithful in every sense of the word. As sojourners on the earth, we are thankful for the eternal home our Father is preparing for us.


Thank you for coming alongside us as we travel this windy road.


That All May Hear,

Wesley, Kimberly,

Luke, Lydia, Micah, and Ezra


“When everything seems uncertain, and nothing constant, we can still rely upon our true Rock, the Immovable One.” ~ Kathryn Butler
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