Monday, November 20, 2006


Corn Anybody?

We are deep into language study. What exactly does that mean? Well, sometimes it's sitting in the office listening to our new recordings. But, most of the time, it's being out in the village, with the people, making friends and seeing new and amazing things - like this corn grinder. In an area where rice can't be grown, corn works just fine. The corn is grown, dried, hulled, then ground in this stone grinder. The ground pieces are then cooked, well, like rice! It can also be made into corn COFFEE! Such creative people, such a creative language!

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Chopping carrots in the outdoor kitchen


Village life!

We are now living in the village. We have been there two weeks now. We are still waiting for our house to be finished up, and then we can move in, and really get settled! So far we've loved village life. We've loved getting to know the people, and spending time with our co-workers. For now, our main responsibilities are language study and homeschooling. Although our days fill up with other things also, like taking the Bible teachers to their outreaches and buying supplies from town. All in all, we are thrilled to finally be where God has been leading us all these years!

Saturday, August 26, 2006

The time has almost come!

In just a few SHORT days, we head back to the
PHILIPPINES!




We go back to a NEW:

*Location
*Ministry
*Language
*People Group
*House
*Partners

New EVERYTHING!!

And we leave behind a summer full of wonderful memories.

We leave behind:

*Friends
*Family
*Churches
*Baseball games
*County Fairs
*and a good burger




Pray for us as we travel back on September 1st, and start a new phase of life and ministry


Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Our Filipino Adventure

Our family moved to the Philippines in 2004. We spent the next 2 years studying the national language on the island we live on. We made many friends and learned a lot about Filipino culture. Now we are moving on to a different, more remote location where we will help two other ex-pat families plant indigenious churches among a remote people group.

Stay tuned for updates on our family's on-going adventures!

We are the Moffits. Here's our life. . .