Off to greener pastures... for us.

I know this is late in coming, but we are leaving tomorrow! We have our visas. We have our plane tickets. And Kim is scrambling to pack away the last contents for our flight. Let me just say, if you think you moved and haven't moved to another country.... Oh my!

I don't think I have ever been so busy in my life. Bank accounts, Ministry accounts, cleaning out your office... your house. PACKING! Giving away things you had most of your life. This must be like what the Disciples felt like when He said, "But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don't have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one." That's about what we are taking.

All along this journey God just keeps providing. Since we are leaving so soon and still have things to do, I wanted to at least make an entry to let you all know, thank you! Thank you for reading this. Thank you for those of you who are my friends... my family, for your support. Thank you for your prayers as we moved into this and as we go. In a short bit I will be having my send off with Andrew Wommack Ministries. What an honor it has been to serve at this Ministry and Charis Bible College in Colorado! To go through the college and meet life time friends that are already all over the world as we go to join them within our own calling. It is bittersweet.

It's bitter to leave this wonderful place and all the friends we've made here over the past 6 years. It's bitter to leave our 19 year old daughter here as she blooms into adulthood and follows God's path for her own life.

But it is sweet to move into God's next calling on on our lives and join our hearts with Andrew Wommack Ministries in the UK. We are so thankful we get to continue serving this wonderful ministry in the country God has called us to and we can't wait to make new friends as we look to work together with the UK and all of Europe to see God's glory be fulfilled in all the earth.

Remember, we are only a phone call away so keep in touch! Greener pictures coming soon! And maybe a few sheep.