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Doing life every which way.

We moved from our home about 6 weeks ago. I can’t believe it’s been that long! We settled into life pretty quickly in Ohio with my family. We found a routine that works for us, at least for the summer. Then Brian and I left for Jamaica and the kids stayed with my mom and dad and ALL of them (kids & parents) did wonderful! What a blessing! Brian and I had the privilege of being part of an amazing conference for the students in the Caribbean. Wow! It was so awesome to be worshiping alongside people who lived through the earthquake in Haiti, who come from totally different backgrounds and speak a different language. Yet we are singing to the same God. My eyes were opened again to how big God is. I so easily put Him into this small box which I call my life. And with our lives being turned upside these past few weeks I was a little a lot self focused. The conference gave me an unexpected chance to look past myself and remove God from that small box I believe him to be in. Our time in Jamaica also provided Brian and I opportunity to reflect on our last 7 years of ministry and life and where we see ourselves going in the future. We came back refreshed, refocused and feeling full again. One week at home and then we left again as a family for Indy where we are now. We are house sitting for friends and getting the chance to see what life may look like when we someday move here. We’ve been driving around looking at possible towns, neighborhoods and houses. Basically all we are doing is increasing the confusion in our children’s lives. They are wondering where their house is. Is it in Chico, Ohio, the house we are house sitting or a random house we have looked at?!? Someday we will be settled again. In the mean time we are continuing to do life wherever we are. We are pressing forward, trusting in the Lord’s call out of Chico to Indy. More than ever we are walking by faith and not by sight. Hard. But my dependence on Him is growing daily. For this I am thankful.

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I'm a wife to 1 amazing husband. A mom to 1 little dude and 2 girlie girls. A follower of the ONE who saved me. A daughter to 2 wonderful people. A sister to 1. A friend to many. A runner because that's what I do to keep from not going crazy. And the CEO of this little part of the world we call home.

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  1. dar says

    Good Post Aubs! Keeping you in my prayers! Your family adorns my fridge to keep my prayers on track!


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