Category Archives: Education

Teaching. Learning.

Looking Back, Looking Ahead

For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide, we might have hope. May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give … Continue reading

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Keeping up with our Steps

We see many of our friends and family relying on their fitness trackers to keep up with their steps throughout the day. Though we don’t have one (yet), we thought we’d look back and update you on some of the … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

Before November gets away from us we wanted to be sure to thank each of you for being a part of our ministry here at GDQ International Christian School! Without your faithful support and prayers, we certainly couldn’t be here … Continue reading

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Settling In

It’s now been a full month since we arrived in Tirana, Albania! And it has literally been a full month – full of learning, lesson plans, new friends and new foods, more than a few humbling language struggles and missing … Continue reading

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It’s Almost Time!

We are on our way! We will be traveling to Tirana, Albania, leaving Atlanta on Thursday, August 24. It’s hard to believe the time has already arrived. But God has proved Himself so faithful – and we are incredibly thankful … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Journey

God is opening a new door for us! We’ll be serving at an international Christian school in Eastern Europe! Continue reading

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Praying for Clear Vision

When’s the last time you had your eyes checked? Personally, I’ve tried to be diligent about a yearly eye exam, even though that’s meant I’ve had to reluctantly accept the inevitable. First it was reading glasses. Now it’s glasses fulltime. … Continue reading

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