Thanks Given

First and foremost I’d like to say Happy Thanksgiving! Blaire and I would also like to say a huge thank you to everyone who’s taken the time out to see what we’re up to and what God’s been up to in our lives. We know that none of this would be possible without prayer, friendship and all those who have decided to partner with us! It really is a humbling gift to live with gratitude for so many. That being said this has been an eventful month!

Breakthrough in the city!We were able to visit New York City with our close friends the Lee’s… and we loved it!

Later on in the month the Peviani’s, (our parents on Blaire’s side,) came to visit us! We were able to see Boston, Cap Code and the North Shore as the leaves were changing… which I have not captured a single pictures of.

In other news, Blaire has decided to apply to Gordon-Conwell to begin a degree in Christian Studies! We are both ecstatic about this decision to continue to pursue God’s calling on her life in this way! We would love and appreciate your prayer for this and for survival as the temperature has been around zero degrees this week. You may be able to see our excitement in this picture of the first snow which historically took place in NOVEMBER.

First Snow

Our Favorite Quotes Right Now…

“There is more than one sort of prison, Captain, I sense that you carry yours wherever you go.” – Chirrut Îmwe (Rogue One)

“I Freed a Thousand Slaves. I Could Have Freed a Thousand More If Only They Knew They Were Slaves” – A Book by Dhirubhai Patel on Harriet Tubman

“I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances.” (Phil 4:11). “Paul was not dependent upon any external circumstances. This is the true secret of Christian contentment, wherever it is found. We cannot make our own circumstance; we cannot keep away the sickness, the pain, the sorrow, the misfortune from our life; yet as Christians we are meant to live in any and all experiences in unbroken peace, in sweet restfulness of soul.” Contentment by J.R. Miller