Tuesday, November 4, 2008

What is it about Sunday afternoons?

First off, the kids got new Sunday outfits that will be more appropriate for cooler weather, and they are pretty stinkin' cute! The boys had seen Uncle Steven sport his pink shirt, so they were pretty excited to wear theirs. I was excited because they coordinate so well with the girls' outfits. Don't you love the boots?




And now for the fun part...this is pretty much what you would see on any given Sunday in our bus on the way from our morning church to the evening church.







They're so cute when they're sleeping!

5 comments:

Rachel said...

Oh my goodness they are SO SO CUTE!!! Half the fun has got to be dressing them - for you AND for them!! :) And I LOVE the sleeping pictures!!!

Jessica said...

Your kids are so adorable! I love the church outfits...especially when they pose that way in them! Too cute! =) We miss y'all so much! Love you!

aprilbgray said...

Tiff, the boots are perfect!! They all so cute with the outfits all put together! :)

Jenny Mather said...

Tiffany! So cute. I love the boots! They all look so proud :)

Joshua Hamby said...

Tiffany, you're so blessed you get to travel with these kids. I would love to be able to do it for a year!

Oh, wait...

They all have a story...

This year's children came to us all the way from Nepal, Uganda and the Philippines. Most of them come from children's homes, but they all have a story of trials that God has brought them through. Some of them have faced things in their young lives that most of us won't face in a lifetime. We praise the Lord for the ministries that love and care for these kids, and most importantly, are teaching them what it means to live for Christ. These children are the future Christian leaders to some of the most unreached areas of our world. We are so blessed to be able to disciple them and have them here as missionaries to the U.S. this year.

give hope

Everywhere we tour, people have the opportunity to give HOPE by sponsoring a child. Just $30 a month provides a little boy or girl with food, clothing, medicine and an education, but it also gives that child the opportunity to hear about Jesus...the only HOPE for eternity! Maybe this is something you've always wanted to do, but you just wanted to make sure it was a trustworthy organization. Maybe you came to a concert and are still thinking about it. Whatever the case, we hope that you will prayerfully consider sponsoring a child. There's no better time to invest in eternity! 

Tour Schedule

'09-'10 tour schedule to come...we'll be heading west this year!

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