Tag Archives: France
Today marks ten years in Wycliffe! It’s also our wedding anniversary. In some ways it’s hard to believe it’s been ten years and in other ways it’s hard to believe all that has happened in our lives over ten years. … Continue reading
May is a month of celebration for us. We met in May of 1996. We married in May of 1999. We were accepted as Wycliffe members on our wedding anniversary in May of 2008. Lots of milestones are in the … Continue reading
This morning in my (DeAnna) devotion, the passage was from Numbers 33. The writer of the devotion helped to point out that in the passage it seems like a long list of places the Israelites traveled to, stopped at and … Continue reading
When we arrived in Paris, France in 2009, we were on a mission – to learn to speak French so we could go to Cameroon. It was an extremely hard year for us. Neither David or myself ever had the … Continue reading
Last week David was looking through Operation Christmas Child videos in hopes to find one that would be shown during church service. He came across one of Christmas boxes being delivered in Cameroon. It showed delivery in Baka land and … Continue reading
Anderson Family Highlights
We wanted to share a video we made that highlights the last three years with glimpses of the past six years. The song’s lyrics are so fitting to our life – song by Ian White.
Family Tradition Flashback
We have a family tradition to set-up our Christmas tree and decorate for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving. We blast Christmas music and all get into the act of decorating and Christmas spirit. This is our sixth year in a … Continue reading
What’s in Your Pocket?
While playing a game we call Hide the Buddies, David found two RER tickets. When we lived in France we got around by public transportation. We became quite accustomed to riding the bus, RER (commuter train) and the Metro. The … Continue reading
Before we left the USA in 2009 to start this new missions life, I (DeAnna) thought it was impossible to not only have partners that want to be on our team for monthly living finances, but also the huge amount … Continue reading
Shortly after arriving in France I was looking out our kitchen window and noticed that there was a team of men swinging from the trees. I’m glad the boys didn’t see them or they might have thought this is an … Continue reading