Its 5AM so we look a little tired
We value your prayers
We are now in the airport on way to San Francisco and then no to Frankfurt, Germany. Click here to read a short history of or involvement in Europe and also our purposes for moving their. We feel for the most part ready for this life-changing move. We have been astounded by God's love and provision through our family and friends. When we slow down we are acutely aware of not only how excited we are but also the fears and concerns for the challenges ahead of us. It has been hard not to be affected by the constant reminders in the news lately, on the heightened terror threats in Europe. We ask specifically for wisdom in how best to communicate these real risks to our children and how to prepare them to handle such a difficult scenario.
June 4th A2J Gathering where we were prayed for and sent out. Father Chris sent a wonderful prayer and blessing for us on behalf of CCA and Don and Genie Street were there along a handful of other CCA members
Itinerary for our first two months
Rome, Italy—Three day meetings with the John 17 team culminating in a private meeting with Pope Francis on June 10th at the Vatican to fellowship and pray together.
Wittenberg, Germany—Participating in the fifth of six international gatherings. The goals of Wittenberg 2017 are:
+ The removal of hostility between followers of Jesus
+ The healing of damage caused by centuries of hostility
+The deepening of reconciled diversity
Trieb & Darmstadt, Germany—connecting with different Wittenberg 2017 team members including the Evangelical Sisters of Mary (the same sisters who started Canaan in the Desert in Phoenix)
Berlin, Germany—Connecting and serving with Antioch Network team members who live there.
Lodz, Poland—Supporting George and Hanna Miley, who have been invited to testify to the power of Christ to heal and transform in the very place Hanna’s parents were held in the ghetto just before their deaths on May 3, 1942.
Taize, France—connecting with the Taize community who have deeply influenced our understanding of reconciliation and prayer. We hope to encourage some of the brothers of Taize to be involved in Wittenberg 2017.