Tuesday, August 19, 2014


The two of us have so much love for each other and have so many differences. 
I thought it would be fun to document and share different facts about us.
An interesting note: although we are different, we do enjoy many of the same things.
See if you can find commonalities in our differences. 
 K: takes his coffee black E: with creamer & ice
 K: spends his workdays using a camera E: spends hers with a stethoscope
 K: just bought a powerful HP E: purchased a simple mac
K: reads classic short stories E: browses DIY blogger books
 K: goes to work in business shoes E: runs around the hospital in sneakers
K: enjoys playing video games E: has a serious yarn addiction

I hope you learned something about each of us. 
We've love to get to know you! So leave a comment below.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Thank You, VCBC

Yep, this is us at camp in our awesome jackets. (circa 2007)
Kameron's parents are camp directors at Victory Center Bible Camp. That is the place we met and fell in love. We were campers together, as well as cabin leaders on staff together. It is the place where we first served together. The place where I knew I wanted to spend my life with him, and him with me.
This summer, his parents played this video each week to inform the campers and staff about our missions trip to Zimbabwe. And each week the campers would give part of their offering to our fundraising, and part of their offering would go to help pay for surgeries at the Karanda Hospital (the hospital where I will be a nurse). 

What an amazing blessing it was to receive our support check from them for more than $1000! 
circa 2012
Camp is such a special part of our history as husband & wife. We are very grateful to have the love and support of the campers and staff of VCBC. Thank you all. 

If you would like to support us as missionaries in Karanda Zimbabwe, click here to go to the TEAM giving website. Please consider giving whatever the Lord asks of you. 

(Another video will soon be published, one that is meant for a wider audience, no just VCBCers.)

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

TEAM's Work in Zimbabwe

One of the main things Kameron hopes to do while we are in Zimbabwe next year is to use video to tell stories that need to be heard. Stories of the missionaries there. Stories of the local people. Stories of important projects being completed. Stories of God's handiwork in the country of Zimbabwe. Video can be such an impacting way to get a message across. People react strongly to videos. I don't know about you, but I would rather watch and listen to a well-made video, that listen to someone talk about their work. I understand better if I can see what is happening. 

TEAM has made some videos about Zimbabwe that we would like to share with you. I think they are a good introduction to knowing more about our calling. Take a peek, and feel free to ask more questions. Seek us out. We would LOVE to hear from you. 

This first video is a <4 minute description of what is going on in Karanda Hospital in Zimbabwe.
Although out-dated, it is still a good picture of where we will be going and what we will be doing.
(& maybe Kam can make an updated video!)

This second video highlights the work different TEAM missionaries are doing in different parts of Zimbabwe.

Kam & I are working diligently and updating our address book and creating our first newsletter to send out. This part is the hardest. It goes slow. It seems as if there are more names to be added; we don't want to leave anyone off the list (somewhat like making our guest list for our wedding). If you would like to be added to our newsletter list, please send us a message either by email or in the comments with your email or mailing address or both. 

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