2013 – A reflection in pictures

2013 has held some of the hardest moments and some of the most joyful. Here’s to serving with reckless abandonment the keeper of my soul in 2014 wherever He lovingly leads us.

Here is 2013 in pictures, as always some of our most precious moments were not captured by camera. Thanks for being such a part of our team this year.



J-- preps foundation

J helps John with Math


truck arriving kids in melut DSC01048


dinka wedding Boat picnic day-6


serving the food DSC00058 - Copygetting to paloich Mabruk-6-2 - Copy


arberetum-2-2 arghh-15 discharge


naivasha Navaisha-4-2

A Sunday-19


A Sunday-21 A typical saturday-33 A typical saturday-51 July 6th-17 Josh turns five-3


Nyadeng Camera-7 August Work-2 mc working Miriam's baby girl-15


mail chimp b mail chimp henna

Stacey Visit-16


Travel Day-4-3 birthday birthday-4-2 nairobi-4


painting nails campus feast-60 campus feast-8  Ephesus-3 Grad day--3 Grad day--7 graduation rehearsal-3 ladies thanksgiving thanksgiving-12



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We seek to empower our children, our teammates and our Sudanese friends to love and know more of who God is through acts of loving service and biblical teaching.

4 thoughts on “2013 – A reflection in pictures

  • 1 January, 2014 at 8:23 am

    I absolutely love this blog post! You have inspired me to do the same thing! Just the other day in my journal I wrote the highlights for every month of the year. What a year! Very full. My only resolution in this New Year is to live 100% all out for Christ, one day at a time. I love you Amie! Love Nyadeng

  • 1 January, 2014 at 4:35 pm

    Loved looking through this. Please give Rose a belated birthday hug from all of us!

  • 1 January, 2014 at 6:00 pm

    I loved going thru all the

    pictures. God continues to use you and your family in Melet. Love you and will continue to pray for all of you. Happy 2014

  • 3 January, 2014 at 12:39 am

    So, was any of the year what you expected? What you pictured/imagined/hoped/feared? The weather, housing, people, kids, food? What has exceeded your expectations, and what was different?


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