Building Resilliency

I was honored to do training with all of the staff at Challenge Farm. We had seven groups of ten in each group and we prayed, and learned about one another and the importance of deepening our relationship with Jesus, and taking care of ourselves. By learning how to diffuse triggers, increase the joy of the LORD and avoid vicarious trauma and stress; we can all become better workers and disciples of Jesus. This past staff meeting seventy certificates of completion were received by the staff.

Crackers with Ava…

One of the things I do each morning Monday through Friday is watch Ava while Amy homeschools Jonah and Hudson. She and I usually go outside (so she doesn’t hear her mom’s voice) and spend time walking and looking around. Before school started back we would walk into the heart of activity, and after we just walk around the field or stay within our compound.

Exciting March Enews: Living Ash Meadow

Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. James 1:27 James 1:27 March Mentors, & Missionaries Maverick & Amy Hoenig Introducing the latest Hoenig missionary, Ava (Living) Ashleigh (Ash Meadow)! She arrived…

Chasing Maverick – It’s now Amy’s Turn!

Chasing Maverick From the first moment Maverick began kicking in my womb, I knew he would be different.  He was full of life, excitement and joy!  Today he carries that joy with him wherever he goes.  Sometimes his excitement and joy would overflow… so strong that he almost couldn’t contain himself.  God’s hand has always…