A blog with no vision will perish (not really)

We all know the famous verse “Were there is no vision my people will perish”  Proverbs 29:18.

blog-imageA blog with no vision won’t perish but very few will take time to read it!  I understand current time constraints in our culture, everyone and everything  pulling us in so many directions.  I want to make sure you understand why we are doing this blog. So with that in mind, let me take a few minutes to share our vision and why we are putting time and effort into our blog.

The purpose of this blog

  1. To keep you informed about us as we get ready to leave for Namibia.  We will share what we are learning and hope to encourage you as we  journey through life.
  2. A place to educate yourself  about us and what we will be doing.  For instance, TIMO Tuesday (coming soon) and Fun Fact Friday are ways for us to share a little about where we are heading and what we will be doing. Once we get on the field, we hope to update with videos and words about what we are experiencing.
  3. A way for us to communicate to friends what is going on in our lives, as our post are feed straight to our Facebook accounts.
  4. It’s one way for you to connect with us. See the different ways you can be a part of our team and the journey. Allow you to respond whether it is through a comment or an encouraging word.
  5. Once we are on the field, we will have limited time and access so the blog will be an easy way to communicate to everyone currents needs and experiences in real time.

So now that you know why we are doing the blog, stick around and join us on our journey with God to Africa.


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