“We will not hide them from their children, showing to the generation to come the praise of the Lord, and his strength, and his wonderful works that he hath done.” – Psalm 78:4
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Prayer Update Archive
The Lord’s provision for our family as we returned from Mongolia in July, and began serving at IBLP Headquarters in Oak Brook, IL.
Thoughts on the needs in Mongolia and reports from the 2007 Ulaanbaatar Basic Seminar.
Pastor Enkhee’s funeral, Mom and Dad’s return from Thailand, the Tsagaansar holiday, and trainings with hospital staff.
Derrick, Rachelle and David return from the Philippines, and our first Christmas on the mission field.
The Waller family returns to Mongolia after a summer at the farm in Wisconsin.
Retreats in the Northwoods of Michigan, and God’s provision for clothing needs.
A report after the Winchester, VA Children’s Program, and pictures from the summer at the Waller farm.
Reports from the Shorewood, MN Children’s Program, and additional pictures of the cleanup after the collapse of our aging barn roof.
Summer days at the farm, including our latest creative project.
Our return to the US, and three weeks of traveling.
Nearly two months since the previous update, this update describes the preparations for the Basic Seminar, and a visit to the Batbaigal bakery.
An update after our family took a two week trip to China to assist with two Character Family Seminars.
The first two weeks after our return to Mongolia, the Sagansar holiday, and the opportunities before us.
A visit to visit friends on the east coast, and a final note before the family travels back to Mongolia.
A brief e-mail to forward to those that have been praying for Isaac and our family through these past months.
Describes our return to America, the memorial services for Isaac, and a ten day trip to Oklahoma.
In this first full update after Isaac’s passing, I shared about some of the ways that we have seen the Lord working through these unexpected circumstances.
Sent after my parents returned to Mongolia with Isaac’s body, this update describes my parents’ time in Korea, and some of the decisions we were facing.
A brief e-mail simply stating the facts, this was the first news that many of our friends heard of Isaac’s Homegoing.
Written just hours after Mom, Dad and Isaac left for Korea, we did not know what the next hours and days held