A young mother's joys and struggles as a missionary in Ukraine. Since the Ukrainian borscht (soup) is always better the next day, I thought that our news would also be just as good or maybe even better the next day.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
We had a Fall party, to say good bye, to our good friends in CO. We had between 40 to 50 people in our back yard. It was so nice to see so many of our friends. About half of our friends that showed up were children. We had a lot of friends that helped with the games, treasure hunt and making pies and jellies( for prizes). I don't think I got any pictures of the pie eating contest. Well, I have 4 more suitcases to pack and then 4 carry-ons to pack. After that we have a lot of cleaning before we can leave our house. We have 3 days left to get things done.
When God brings us into His love and places His love in our hearts, we value others as He values them. We no longer value people based on what they can do for us or what their status is in life; rather, we value them because they are improtant to God.--Roy Lessin
My lover, my friend,my man
Our big guy-Josh
Our Address in Ukraine
We have an address for those of you who care to know. Even though we don't live in the capitol city Kiev, we pick up our mail there when we are in town. Just be aware that not everything that is sent is delivered. But we do love letters from friends.
Ukraine o31621 Kiev 162 A/C 31 Jason and Joanna Sturtevant
Some of you have asked what our mission address is, and where our funds are sent. Here it is.
Arms Around the World 932 E. 4th Ave. Mitchell, SD 57301