Flying Horses


August 2017 Update

Dear family and friends: Thank you for your prayers and your expressions of support. The warm days of August bathe us in perspiration as we: clean house share unused resources (furniture we no longer need) …and prepare for a housemate! It’s all part of getting ready for the next stage in our journey to the field. 12 Not that I have already obtained this or am already perfect, but I press on to make it …

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June 2017 Update

Dear family & friends, We’ve been appointed! This is our official picture which will appear on prayer cards in a couple of months. Our  service with OMF in Singapore will have Au in mission research and Eunice in training and development. If you refer back to the “Candidate Clock” in our last update, we have embarked on the stage called Partnership Development.  We are looking to God to raise up a group of friends who …

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May 2017 Update

Dear family and friends: It’s 7 o’clock! On the OMF Candidate Clock, that is. We’ve been invited to a spend a week in June near Denver to learn more about ourselves and the organization we wish to join. We have transitioned from being applicants to become candidates, and we are continuing to trust God for the next step: appointment. Last month, we completed the MMPI psychological test and an assessment of our marriage. Next month, …

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April 2017 Update

Dear family and friends, Low in the grave He lay, Jesus, my Savior, Waiting the coming day, Jesus, my Lord! So begins the first verse of Christ Arose by Robert Lowry. The month of March, the season of Lent, have all reminded us of a coming day. The song continues… Vainly they watch His bed, Jesus, my Savior; Vainly they seal the dead, Jesus, my Lord! Will Jesus be contained by the grave? Will the …

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March 2017 Quick Update

Dear friends and family:   Thank you so much for upholding us in prayer!  Eunice’s thyroid operation went well yesterday and the preliminary findings from the pathologist are very heartening.  No driving for a couple of days and no lifting of heavy weights for a month, but otherwise back to normal life. She can even resume running by the end of April.  The surgeon will do a checkup in a couple of weeks and we …

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