Moving Time Is Upon Us
No pressure, no guilt, but ... the move imposed upon us is here and we’re ready for assistance.
Over the past couple months, several people have offered to help, if possible, when we packed, cleaned up, and left the house. We need to be out of the Emma parsonage at the end of 31 August or face suspension of severance checks until the job’s complete. Our new home, until God leads us elsewhere, is the Nierman family farm home on the north outer road between Concordia and Emma, only about 2.5 miles door-to-door.
If you were one of these volunteers, are free over the next 10 days, and are still able and willing to join in, we’d sure appreciate whatever aid and comfort you might lend. The trustees parked an 18' covered trailer on the lawn, so we can move some of the items into it and then haul a full load. I no longer own a pickup but we do have the old Pontiac Transport and our newer Jeep Compass, so we can shuttle medium-sized and smaller items relatively easy.
We would also appreciate cardboard boxes of various sizes (not too big for books, larger for lighter but bulkier items) and the loan of some tubs (Rubbermaid, Sterlite, or the like) for “fill and dump” of many smaller items.
Steph and I both have a few commitments, so check to see if your times match ours before dropping by. Facebook friends can find cell numbers for Steph and me under our “Info” tabs and email. Also, click here for a Tiny URL that loads my edress.
If you can’ t be here in body, please be here with your prayers that things go smoothly and that the weather cooperates. Most of all, please continue praying that God’ s will be done regarding my vocation in the months and years to come and that our family’ s faith would be strengthened during these times.
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