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Rollercoaster of a Ride

It’s been a rollercoaster of a ride spending the past two months on-the-go; not staying in the same place for longer than 3-4 days.
We started out with a two-week drive from the city we live in, Fort Dauphin, through villages and towns to encourage national partners and co-laborers along the way.In July, we flew from Antananarivo to Kenya and watched our first-born graduate from the Rift Valley Academy.16 hours by air and we arrived in the States for “vacation” as we sought to get Phoebe settled and ready for college.The weeks that ensued were filled with one trip then another.
We spent hours upon hours on the highways of Texas and even into Oklahoma.We got a lot accomplished as we saw Phoebe get her driver’s license, Emma get her permit, gave them as much driving time as possible, celebrated Baylee’s 13th birthday, shared about the work the Lord is doing in Madagascar in five partnering churches, visited friends and family, attended a Gold Cup soccer game, went to a family reunion, cel…