Wow! Have we been busy since arriving in Greeley! In addition to getting the house in order, we have been busy getting Micah enrolled in school. He will be attending Greeley West High School through May, then our youngest will be graduating! This week he has been going half days to get him used to the new environment. Then, after Christmas break, he will begin full time. We have been pleasantly surprised at how well he has adjusted to the new environment. Please remember him in your prayers as he continues to deal with changes in routine and his new school.
Darian has met a number of times with Aaron Havens discussing Scripture, doctrine and the full glory of God. He has met with the Weld County’s Special Education Directors, Laura Casas and Joe Hendrickson to preliminarily discuss Micah House. They were very excited about the possibility of filling this much needed hole in services for Greeley. Darian also had lunch with area pastors and presented both the vision for Micah House as well as Juniper Tree Ministries and received a very positive reception. After Christmas he will be having lunch with the pastor of Greeley’s largest church who has expressed an interest in partnering withprojectSALT on Micah House. Darian will also be meeting with the Doug Brown and Greg Ehlert, Pastor and Associate Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Greeley.
Jonathan and Matthew got here Saturday; Jonathan from Oakland and Matthew from Baltimore. Micah was so excited to pick them up at the airport that he brought his shoes to us all day after we told him that we would be going to pick up the boys. Both the boys really like our new home and are excited about the future of and the work of God through projectSALT.