Saturday, September 11, 2010

As We Prepare...

It is amazing to us that we are leaving for Africa in 5 weeks to begin our 8-month mission trip through the Africa Inland Mission!  As each day passes we are one day closer to experiencing a dream of ours - a dream that began almost 5 years ago. We met soon after Julie returned from a mission trip at a rural hospital in Zimbabwe. Her passion for Africa became our passion as our relationship grew, and we felt God was guiding us towards missions. We feel taking this trip together early on in our marriage will be a great stepping stone for our faith and our lives.

We created this blog to be able to share our thoughts and experiences with you while we are in Namibia. We can only image how God will use us to help the lives of those in Rundu! We are excited with what information we do have on our trip and our preparing our hearts for the many opportunities and different circumstances  that may come our way.

We graciously and humbly want to thank those who have already felt led to support us financially. Please know that because of your prayers and financial support you are part of this trip. Thank you! Your donations have begun to make our journey possible, and we kindly ask for your continued support.

All donations are tax deductible; all checks should be made out to Africa Inland Mission. Please do not place our names anywhere on the check as the organization is non-profit. All checks should be sent directly to us, so that we may record them. You will receive a receipt from AIM for your donation. You can mail your one time donation to the following address:

Mark and Julie Moyer
919 Eden Terrace
Easton, PA 18042

If you would prefer to pledge support monthly, please click on the page named "Monthly Pledge Instructions" on the right.  Thank you in advance for all of your love, support, and encouragement. We are excited to share more as October 18th approaches!

1 comment:

  1. First!

    What do metal halides and the gospel have in common?
    Both are lights that should never be put on a dimmer.

    Oh man that's bad.

    Will remember you in prayer.