Newsletter - June 2022

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Hello family and friends,

We are beyond blessed to share with you the exciting news that Jeremy has graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary with his Master of Divinity! The Lord is good and all glory belongs to Him!  

We are still in amazement at the Lord’s kindness to us as Jeremy was able to complete the intense, three-year track. We are so very thankful for all the support, help, encouragement, and prayer that we had along the way. God’s grace and mercy that is shown through so many of you, sustained us. We are grateful.

Jeremy was also accepted into the Ph.D. program at Westminster! We are thankful to the Lord for His grace and provision. He is pursuing a Ph.D. in Old Testament and plans to study under Dr. Jonathan Gibson.

Over the summer, Jeremy will stay busy studying for two comprehensive exams for the program. He is also a part of a research project for Westminster. It’s a great fit for him as it combines his love for languages and exposition, and he’s even been able to do a little computer coding for the project. We stand in awe at the kindness of God that we are able to have these opportunities. We are truly grateful.

Over Christmas, Jeremy was able to have a much-needed surgery on his sinuses. We were so grateful for a wonderful doctor and for the healing God granted. Thankfully family came to stay with us over Christmas and for Jeremy’s surgery, which was a huge blessing and very helpful.

Jeremy also had several opportunities to preach at local churches this past school year. We had fun as a family visiting nearby churches and getting to hear daddy preach.

The kids and I finished another year of homeschooling. We were a part of Classical Conversations and are so grateful for the wonderful teaching and community. Aletheia finished first grade, learned how to read this year, and became a Memory Master. Justus finished Kindergarten this year and did amazing learning all his letters and became a Bible Memory Master. Kyria tagged along and would participate in as much school as she was able and she surprised everyone by becoming a Bible Memory Master while still in the nursery. Ariyah did well playing and coloring on workbooks while we schooled this past year. The girls are also privileged to be able to take ballet lessons with our Pastor’s wife. And the kids all love to play with friends, ride their bikes, and go to parks.

It’s been a very full past three years. We stand in awe of God’s goodness to sustain us and grow us through the MDiv program. We are thankful that God used His children, the church, and His Body to support and help us all along the way. To God be the glory, great things He has done!