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Our last week in Nashville

Thursday, July 5, 2012


The last 6 to 8 months have been crazy. I’m not sure how else to put it. My decision to leave The Hanna Project has been excruciatingly difficult. I have loved the work and feel incredibly blessed to have had this opportunity.

I have struggled with leaving all that my current position offers. I’ve been able to travel the world, work with people I consider to be heroes (our missionaries), visit many churches, district & state meetings in the US, work with the IM office staff.

And yet, all along I have missed being a pastor. I have missed discipling new believers. I have missed having my wife by my side as we minister together. I have missed seeing my girls grow up. I have missed being a part of a local church and leading it to impact their community and world for Christ.

This is our last week in Nashville and yes it is hard to leave all of our friends, family, home, and work. We love middle-Tennessee! And yet, we are excited about all God has for us in Michigan as we once again step out in faith and trust His leading. 

Thank you for praying for our family during this transition. For our home to sell, Julie to find a job, the girls as they transition, as we look for a place to live, and as we adjust back into local church ministry. 

1 comments:

Hannah and Hunter's mom said...

Keeping you all in my prayers!