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Africa Inland Mission
May 5, 2013 12:58 pm

So… Not to make a big deal or anything… but, WE HAVE PROBABLY MET OUR FUNDRAISING GOAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I say probably because we have not received confirmation from AIM yet, but by our count there is a little over $21500 in our account! If you’ve been meaning to send a donation, but haven’t gotten around to it yet, despair not my friend. Emmy and I have spent a decent chunk of change on things like vaccinations and other travel expenses. These are reimbursed by AIM, but only if we have an excess of cash in our account.


I am really excited to be done talking about money! Let us then move on to more important things, like prayer requests and trip preparations.


Prayer request: In a little less than a month Emmy and I will move back to STL for about 2 weeks, then fly out from there. Before we get back we will both be finishing up school and, Lord willing, graduate. I have all but finished up with classes, but Emmy’s nursing work continues unabated. Fun fact: Emmy passed her NCLEX prep test (required for graduation). The test predicts how likely you are to pass the NCLEX after graduation, Emmy is sitting with a 97% prediction of passing her boards! She is pretty dang smart. After we finish class and get all graduated, we will have about a week and a half to move all of our stuff into a storage unit or parental basement. Then come the tearful fare-thee-wells. Then we drive back to the greater Glen-Ed area. Then we travel to Indiana for Amber and Alex’s wedding. Then we come back to Glen Carbon/ Edwardsville. Then we pray as Emmy PASSES her NCLEX. Then we get on a plane and fly 7,931 miles from St. Louis to Kampala, Uganda! We’re so close… Well not geographically, but temporally!


Thank you all for your prayers of support!



One Response to “1 Down… Several More to Go.”

  1. Amber Lynn Says:

    I love how Alex and I have a mention in the post. I am so happy for the both of you! I will be praying!

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