It was all of our first times seeing the Grand Canyon! We had heard a lot about it, of course, but it is a thing you really have to see to believe how truly grand it is! We stayed on nearby free land in the Kaibab National Forest just a mile right outside of of […]Read More Grand Canyon National Park
“The Gateway to the Grand Canyon” as it is called. Williams is a cute town with a big train, and lots of heart and history. We stayed a too short two nights at the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park. We went to this park because it was recommended by fellow travelers, was on the way […]Read More Williams, Arizona
Seasons of waiting, when you can see what you want, but can’t quite get there yet, can be difficult to walk through. These waiting room seasons are also part of the journey, and a place where we can grow to get ready for where we are headed. College, waiting to sell a house, buy a […]Read More In the waiting…
It has been a busy week back in Arizona! Before we were even here a week, but we had visited Sedona, took in a hike in Red Rock State Park, went to a new church, visited Montezuma’s Castle (ancient ruins) and Montezuma’s Well, visited the Chapel of the Holy Cross, and went to Slide […]Read More All Around Sedona, Arizona
“There is nothing to do around here.” As a person who likes to be on the go, and exploring new things, I tend to get bored pretty easily when I am in the same place for a long time. I know I myself have said this many times when growing up in a small town, […]Read More There is nothing to do around here!
I grew up only an hour away from Ohio’s only National Park, and just recently realized it. I had been to nearby Cleveland, and even Cuyahoga Falls before, but I don’t think I ever heard anyone even talk about Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Most National Parks cost a fee to get into, but this one […]Read More Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Though it is not my hometown, Columbus is my favorite city in my home state of Ohio. There is plenty to do there, and great shopping, which spells a win for me! It is also a state that is full of Ohio pride, being the center of the state, the capital of Ohio, and the […]Read More Columbus, Ohio
We have had people ask us why? Why are we doing what we are doing? Of course, there are many answers to this question. A big part was that we felt the pull to go out and use the skills and connections that God had given us to connect with, and help more churches worship […]Read More Why We do What We do