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Spring is Here!

I am so grateful for the beautiful spring weather!!  Everything seems to be so full of life with the coming of spring!  This winter and spring have been full of lots of fun, such as: Celebrating Aria’s first birthday with … Continue reading

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Christmas Fun

December has been a fun month for us with lots of celebrating Christmas.  Here are a couple highlights:

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Kosovo Greenhouse Project

A super exciting thing that we are doing in Kosovo right now is the Kosovo Greenhouse Project.  Through a partnership with Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, we are helping families to construct greenhouses on their property.  The purpose of this project is … Continue reading

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Our Family!

Gil, Sarah, Megan, Malachi and Aria Thibault

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The Re-Learning Curve

This has been an amazing summer! I wish I could list all of the wonderful experiences and people that we met and spent time with this summer in America. Our whole family had a great time visiting old friends, speaking … Continue reading

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Highlights of our latest travels

Last week, the Thibault family piled into our recently purchased Opel Zafira and headed on a road trip to Vajta, Hungary for the Central European Field Conference. Here are some highlights from our trip (bullet-pointed for those short on time!). … Continue reading

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Summer Is Over

Summer is over.  Words that are dreaded by children across the world and treasured by parents everywhere!  The end of the summer signifies a return to routine, some milder weather, heavier traffic in the city, and thankfully, the return of … Continue reading

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Spring Break

Ah, Spring in Kosovo! Where art thou??? I’m sure spring is in the air somewhere in the world, but in Kosovo, we’re still waiting. Today is the last day of our Spring Break. I’ve heard the term ‘stay-cation’ tossed around … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

Last Thursday was American Thanksgiving, and, true to form, over the weekend, I and many preachers around the U.S. preached about being thankful.  It’s hard to escape.  I was already in the process of preparing a number of other sermons … Continue reading

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We’re Back!

After a six week tour of the U.S. including stops in Kansas City, MO, Prairie Village, KS, Mt. Pleasant, MI, Binghampton, NY, West Grove, PA, St. Johns, MI, Lansing, MI, Collegeville, PA, Meriden, CT, and Wollaston, MA . . . … Continue reading

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