Welcome SPRING! Don’t you just love the promise of changing seasons? God sure teaches us so much through them, doesn’t He? When you think a season of life will never end, it ALWAYS does. And as our seasons of life change, we can see God’s faithfulness woven throughout our story!
Here’s what our week has looked like:
So thankful to stand next to these incredible women! And to see my little daughter, being able to look up to the two women of God, next to me, makes me so grateful.
On Monday, I had the humble privilege once again of sharing God’s story at a church. God has really opened the door for speaking engagements and again, I NEVER imagined that would be ME standing in front of people talking, like I always say. It is truly such an honor and I am so grateful God has given me this opportunity to share of His goodness and grace! The story only continues…
This girl loves her hammock!
One part of youth ministry we love and embrace is supporting our youth in their activities – Mazy enjoys it equally as much!
Date night for the two of us! Bike ride, dinner, campfire, and ice cream. Oh, and lots of laughs! Celebrating our 13th anniversary a week late, but totally worth the wait!
This girl’s smile just gets me every time. Her eyes light up a room as the ole cliché says, and her love for life makes me love life all the more too.
We had bought season passes to Dutch Village this year and let me tell you, it was completely worth it! Again, her smile says it all:
Oh the little piglets…
Just loving the swings – I can’t help but smile too:
Who needs sunglasses when you’ve got your hands?
This is what you’ll see if you take a walk down our road right now – trees showing off their vibrancy:
Okay, I’m a little weird as many of you know. My daughter likes to have just as much fun in being herself too:
This week is procedure week for Kristin. We will be heading to Ann Arbor for me to have a procedure called ablations, where they will go in and burn the areas of my heart that are beating out of sync. It can be a quick procedure and it can take up to 8 hours. Granted I won’t know the difference, but all we pray this procedure works. They may have to go back in at a later date to get the other beats that were missed, but overall, we pray this brings healing to my heart. The alternative is being put on the heart transplant list, which is what we are striving to avoid. I am only planning to stay one night, so hopefully that is the case, though we know with Kristin, things often don’t go as planned! So we are just praying for God’s will to be done and a successful procedure! I will post an update when I get the chance. Thank you once again, for walking this journey with us!