The Forney Blog
Epiphany: the light of the world
The freshness of Januaries is one of my favourite times of the year. Now that we are part of a culture that marks Epiphany ( the season of celebrating the revelation of the saviour, beginning with the visit of the Magi), this season is becoming dearer to my heart.
A family of FOUR! Introducing our newest blessing
It's been a long time coming, and this past month has been a whirlwind! But we are finally ready to officially announce that we have a new addition to our family through adoption. His name is Erik John Forney and he's been with us now for 4 big days!
This summer highlighted areas of growth for us, as well as places we are growing, as we continue to seek God and understand His role for us in the Czech Republic.
Lessons learned in Switzerland
A peaceful retreat in Switzerland allowed me to worship and learn alongside some amazing women with Entrust Ministries.
SHARE education conference
This past week we were blessed to be able to attend an education conference in Hungary. Read on to find out what it entailed!
Sickness plagued our plans for Christmas, lessons were learned, and a belated celebration happened in January!
To all our military friends...
If you anticipate moving, or if you've recently moved, please read this post!
Vanočka: Czech Christmas bread
What an honour to have been taught to make this special, festive bread by friends from church.
We had the opportunity to host our own Thanksgiving this year with Czech friends from church and school!
Glimpses of heaven around our kitchen table
We have had the privilege and pleasure to host a small missional community at our house once a month.
A quick summer update
This summer has been full and we have really enjoyed our first summer in Europe. It was only June that my family came to visit.
A Czechamerican Easter
We had the joy of celebrating Easter with our church family and some close friends this past weekend.
One year in: a reflection
Having only been missionaries for a year, our understanding of church and culture, of language and customs, and of how the gospel can redeem this country is still yet being formed.