Here is the next blog post in our series by the MAF wives. This is a recent day in the life of Liz Schandorff at the Haiti program. It’s a bit unusual in that she’s been working in the MAF Haiti hangar office for several weeks, helping with the Hurricane Matthew response.
4:20 a.m. – Wake to […]
Our family recently hosted a team of university students and staff from Northwest Nazarene University (NNU).
Rat-a-tat-a-TAT-TAT-TAT. The knock on our tall metal gate was insistent. Reluctantly, I pulled myself out of bed (resting for a little while in the afternoons is a must for me here in Port-au-Prince, where the humid heat constantly saps my energy) and headed downstairs, out the front door, and then down another set of stairs […]
“I could never do what you do!” This is a refrain that my husband and I heard many times as we shared with ministry partners back in the United States while on furlough last year. I am guessing that what most people were referring to was the sacrifice involved in being a missionary—leaving home […]
Liz’s son, Benjamin, enjoying a playground this past summer.
As our furlough in the United States nears an end, I marvel at how rich a time these past months have been. When we arrived back on home soil in July, we were tired and soul-weary. We had completed three years abroad, spent time learning […]
I’m a road-tripping, homeschooling mama… and I love it!
I can tell you where to find the best playground in California, the best milkshake in Idaho, and the prettiest back roads in Colorado. I can entertain and educate my kids all over the country… for free (Let’s just go ahead and have a moment of silence […]