Janus was the Roman god of transitions. With his two faces he stood in the gate of time and looked with one face toward the past and one toward the future. He gave his name (according to some) to the month of January since this is the time of year we like to januflect—evaluate our past and make adjustments for the future. If you are praying for us, this is a good post to read to understand how best to pray for our ministry and family.
We hope you are enjoying a wonderful Advent season in anticipation of the coming of our Lord and hope you have a blessed 2018. Enjoy this greeting with a short photo overview of our year while Jana (piano) and Elisabeth (violin) play “A Song from Secret Garden.”
We had a beautiful fall in Slovakia this year and snow as early as Nov 1. Check out our fall 2017 photos.
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Winter crossed two continents for us this year with some great memories and ministry on both but now it’s time put away our winter album and break out the spring. Check it out on our gallery page.
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I’ve just sent out the Janufleciton edition of our newsletter for January, 2017. This month I start my 26th year of ministry to Slovakia and in this edition of your newsletter you can rejoice with us as we look back to an awesome 2016 and find out how to pray for a 2017 with just as much potential.
The Creation Project definitely dominated our 2016 and brought new opportunities for everyone in the family, including Elisabeth and Max, but there was plenty else going on with successful musicals at Narnia and other research milestones for Todd. All that good stuff and we’re still hoping for big things in 2017.
We hope you enjoy our Christmas greeting with photo and video flashbacks of our amazing year.
We feel blessed that we got to touch base with more friends and family than in most years, we made many new friends, and we had a ton of adventures.
Thanks for being a part of our lives and our ministry in 2016!
We’ve had quite a variety of activities this summer with an English camp, moving temporarily to the States, travel to visit supporters and now transitioning to the Trinity campus. All that shows up in our summer gallery.
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