January 2023

Homeward Bound! The tidings went all over among the residents of the Rehab center. Some said, “You’re lucky, Corinne!” Others said, “What a blessing for you,” and “Congratulations, you’ll be home with family.” Yes, home because Judy and Jim and Heather have prepared for us a place. Family because there will be 6 of us.Continue reading January 2023

January 2023

The snow is coming down hard as I write. They said we were going to have a dry winter this year, but they have been wrong so far. While where I live has not experienced nearly as much snow as the west side of town, we have been blessed with good moisture recently, especially duringContinue reading January 2023

January 2023

Fruit from your prayers for the Maliyali people of PNG! It’s been less than 2 months since the Foundational teaching from God’s Word brought the Good News of Jesus to the Maliyali people in Papua New Guinea. Missionary Rachel Mueller recently shared this testimony of how God is at work in this remote area. JemenContinue reading January 2023

December 2022

Greetings all, We trust you had a very Blessed Christmas and that you will have a Happy New Year 2023! The Wana believers look forward to Christmas every year and this year was no exception. In fact, this year was a special year as many were celebrating Christmas with a “new meaning” for the firstContinue reading December 2022

December 2022

Merry Christmas!…and a Blessed New Year to you in 2023! Dear friends,   We are grateful as we look back on another year of ministry and God’s faithfulness to our family. A few highlights from 2022:

December 2022

Our first Christmas in Papua New Guinea was in 1969 and we were up to our necks in culture shock. So many new things to observe and learn. One outstanding thing was that the people let the Christmas season come and go with no seasonal music playing, no gift-giving, no decorations, no big meals, etc.Continue reading December 2022

December 2022

It is a difficult class, for sure. We don’t do a lot of lecturing. The students do most of the teaching, first investigating examples of contextualization in the ministry of Jesus, then in Paul’s epistles, and finishing out the class exploring their own culture.

December 2022

“Genuine thankfulness is an act of the heart’s affections, not an act of the lips’ muscles.” –John Piper Dear Family and Friends, November is now history, and I did not get a chance to send out an update on what is happening in our lives these days. Continue reading and you will get a betterContinue reading December 2022

December 2022

HAPPY THANKSGIVING WEEKEND! We do hope and pray that you all are having a joyful, blessed weekend of giving of thanks to our Heavenly Father, the giver of all things. As we celebrate God’s faithfulness, may everything we do contribute to our desire to “grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord JesusContinue reading December 2022

November 2022

A huge THANK YOU to Jeff, Jonathan S. and Loya (seated upper center from right to left) for spending a week in Hewa cutting huge cedar logs into lumber. It has been amazing to see how the Lord has been providing finances to buy roofing, siding, plywood, lumber, and then the provision of a teamContinue reading November 2022

Autumn 2022

Open Doors Dear friends, Who’s ready for autumn? After the Texas summer we have just endured, we’re enjoying some cooler days and (finally) some rain. As the rain waters the ground and softens the soil of our yard, I think about the softened hearts of people around the world who are eagerly hearing the GospelContinue reading Autumn 2022

November 2022

Dear Family and Friends, A whole lot has been happening in our lives here in Florida as we minister at the retirement homes for our missionaries. I will try to be as brief as possible and yet give you some ideas on how to pray for us and our folks here.

November 2022

Dear Special Ones, This year sure is flying by!!!!! We trust it has been an Encouraging one for you!!! Hurricane Ian sure devastated a lot of Florida! A few blocks from where we live, Lake Monroe is still in flood stage with road closures!!! Homes have been destroyed and lives drastically changed!!! We were andContinue reading November 2022

November 2022

He was tall. He was strong. He was my brother, and he was my hero. When we lived in Lakeville, Massachusetts, and I shared a room with my little sister, Esther, Steve’s bedroom was directly across from ours. When he was on his way to bed he would frequently stop in the doorway of ourContinue reading November 2022