• Immediate Needs

    updated 8.29.11

    We do what we do as missionaries supported by people like you.

    We also prefer to give away as much content as we can, and not cloud that issue with a lot of public requests. That said, we do have specific needs that are met by people who believe the work we do has value.

    If you'd like a short list of immediate financial needs, you can find it HERE.


    Note: This will be updated regularly

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Sunday Evening Randomonium

CONTENTS:   Podcast updated / Immediate Needs page set free / FREE Zoe Seminars this week / and where vegetables come from! Revealed!

The new podcast is up, now moved to the right sidebar of randybohlender.com.    This week:   Food should you put off eating until your 20th anniversary, news about an exciting phone interview to come, and Randy’s Marriage Tips: Explained.

I’ve over come my angst and de-privatized our list of current needs as missionaries.  It’s a difficult thing to ask – even when completely convinced of the value of what one is doing – but I realize people want an opportunity to look and pray before feeling they’ve signed up for something.  The list is now linked from the left sidebar with no passowrd – or here.   Special thanks to those who provided us with a great anniversary celebration and enough finances to get the van a/c looked at tomorrow!  Little girls will rejoice…

Monday kicks off a fun week for The Zoe Foundation as we do two identical, free seminars on the Spirit of Adoption.   The IHOP-KC missions base will be full of families whose children are attending Signs and Wonders Kids’ Camp, so we thought it would be a great opportunity to share the adoption message.  On Monday and Wednesday from 9am to noon, we are hosting small seminars at our office.  Mondays’ seats are all full – but we have a few left on Wednesday if you’d like to join us.  It’s free…including the munchies and a copy of The Spirit of Adoption.  GO HERE TO REGISTER FOR WEDNESDAY.

It’s Garden City!   Growing up on a wheat farm has left me a certain disdain for gardening.  Kelsey, however, is full of faith for veggies and therefore, this year, we have a small garden.  We’re already making a list of what we will do differently next time (not unlike farming at all…) but we’ve enjoyed showing the kids where vegetables come from.  Or should come from.


One Response

  1. Sammy was just on said wheat farm and had a great time! She was thrilled about riding Carmen’s horse and getting it “to almost gallop”.

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