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…the next step (and pictures from day 3 of our trip).

(Posted by Mindy)

After much prayer and contemplation, we have decided that we are going to take the next step.  We have contacted Mark Wallace, director of the Adventure Learning Center in the Bahamas, and Stacie and Lee Burtelson, board members of the Adventure Learning Center, and have told them of our interest in joining the ALC staff and ministering to the Bahamian people and those from other countries of the world coming to the Bahamas to serve on short term mission trips.

We are excited about this next step we are about to take and anxiously await God’s work in us.  Please pray for us as we move forward.

Thank you for reading this blog and your interest in what God is doing in our lives.  We will keep you updated with the progress of this transition.

Check back often.  We will keep you updated.

In the mean time, enjoy pictures from day 3 of our trip!

This is Tim and Felicia Ryan. They moved to the Bahamas from Fon du lac, WI 3 years ago to minister to the Bahamian people.

Tim and Felicia took us to see All Saints Camp and to help them

Tour of All Saints Camp

We were able to help Tim and Felicia feed the residents of All Saints Camp lunch

We picked Stacie Burtelson up at the airport that afternoon; then she took us to see the beautiful area known as the canals

Picture taken at the canals

Dinner at Tim and Felicia Ryan’s house


3 Comments

  1. Kendra says:

    I have goosebumps and tears!!!!! SO EXCITED for you and your family on this “next chapter” of God’s great adventure for your family!!! It’s awesome to see how every chapter in your life has been one that has led you further to this step…each one preparing you for what He has next. AGH! I’m just thrilled for you guys!! Will definitely be praying for you as you prepare for this transition and move–He is Faithful!!!
    love you Seeley family!!!

  2. albussiere says:

    This is so exciting! Thank you so much for all the pictures, it’s great to see my old home 🙂 We will be praying for the big move, completely different culture-but boy do I miss it!

    • We are excited but are trying to remain grounded (I am right in the middle of a nursing research class through Liberty University online 🙂 ) because we have soooo much to do between now and going to the Bahamas for good. Ashley, you are welcome to come visit anytime. We would love to see you (and meet your hubby).

      Thanks for the prayers (we need it).

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