Reminiscing and Being Thankful

This morning I sat down get some pictures from our former website (back when we were trying to keep two sites going) and read the post I wrote on our one year anniversary of our move to Ukraine.  It made me grateful all over again.

He has done great things…

We actually did try to plan out what we do when we moved to Ukraine (that was silliness).  Thankfully, somewhere along the way we were able to hold that list a little more lightly to allow God to do what HE wanted.  Every now and then we go back to it and wonder if those things will ever be possible – but He’s allowed us to do some pretty great things and we are amazed.

He has continued to provide for us financially.  He has continued to make provision for friends, relationships, opportunities to share the Gospel and the reason for our hope.  He is good.

God has consistently asked us to step off into the unknown and, though it is sometimes (okay, usually) frightening, He has always, ALWAYS proven Himself as faithful and trustworthy.

Here’s an article that the Baptist Press wrote about us in 2009.  It really recounts more of God’s faithfulness.  If you want to read it, click the button below.  Just to clarify – the article is not about US.  It’s about God’s great faithfulness.

Thank you for your consistent prayers.  And will you thank the Lord with us today for all He has done?

Bless His Name!

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Chris Malone

It is a joy to serve our Lord with the bride of my youth, Mary, and our children. Our nine kids are not all living at home anymore. One has already completed university and has started her career. One is finishing his master's degree and will start his career soon. One is completing her freshman year at university. That leaves six at home. One of those completes high school this year. Amazing since Mary and I are only 30 years old (at least in our minds).
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