Keep up with all the latest news from Adam, Lyndy, Sabrina, Miriam and Natalie.
Serving in Interior Alaska with The Master's Mission
April 13, 2011
We are in the process of doing some website maintenance, please bear with us. We will have an update on the happenings here in Alaska soon.
January 27, 2011
January has been fairly typical weather wise and we are grateful for the days getting longer instead of shorter. The kids have been battling cabin fever and it's tough to play outside for more than an hour at -30f but they make the best of it. Lyndy continues to homeschool the kids and she suffers from cabin fever from time to time too. Adam has had several opportunities to fly this winter but with flying comes maintenance so today he is rebuilding the airplane's tailwheel/ski.
Today we just received "official word" via a
from the board of The Master's Mission that effective January 1st, 2011 TMM began "appropriating 5% of total monies receipted for mission overhead and administration." We have anticipated this announcement for almost a year and many of you graciously and sacrificially increased you support accordingly ahead of this "official announcement." Thank you for that. Although this comes at a time when our own support levels are falling we trust that "God will continue to supply all of our needs according to His riches in Glory."
If you missed any of our past updates don't forget that you can go to the archives
section of the website to catch-up on all that you may have missed. And as always you can get a more up-to-date status on Facebook
Pray for safety as we travel in the bush visiting friends, bringing the gospel and Christian fellowship.
New pictures will be added from time to time so check back often!
Video of thawing out the airplane after the freezing rain during the week of Thanksgiving.
The joys of straight skis! I had to land in the drifted snow in Buckland today. The river and lake were covered in overflow. The runway had sand spread on it so I had just enough room to squeeze between the sand and edge lights.
Landing at Kokrine Hills Bible Camp with strong gusting winds.
Notice the ground speed on the video, my airspeed was above 70 for most of the approach.
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