It’s the Final Countdown!

*Cue Music*

In four weeks, Nick and I will leave Taiwan forever.

That’s a little dramatic.  We hope to return some day for some travels, or maybe even some more teaching.  Who knows?!

But no matter, we are excited to move back home.  Taiwan has been a great place for us these last two years and will always, always hold a special place in our hearts, but it’s time for the next chapter in the wonderful book God is writing for us called Our Lives.

Isn’t it great to know that God always has a plan for us?  Even in this in-between time when we’re not sure where we’ll be working or living this Fall, there is comfort in knowing that God has a plan and He will take care of us.  He has most definitely taken care of us these last two years as we made our way into the unknown, and He will continue to take care of us and guide us for the rest of our days!

As we pack up our house, our dog, and our lives, we take comfort, joy, and excitement in the future that God has written for us!

Categories: Faith, Fun Stuff, Taiwan, Travel | Tags: , , , , | 7 Comments

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7 thoughts on “It’s the Final Countdown!

  1. Rachel

    Love it! Great reminder about how even when we are in those “transitions of life” God’s plan for us is still in motion! Thanks Liv! Cannot wait to see what else the Lord is going to be doing through you and Nick!

  2. Michael Johnson

    Strangely, reading this gives me mixed feelings. I am so looking forward to having you home, but am saddened too for your friends who will have to say goodbye to you for what may be a very long time. They have been so good to you and were so very good to us when we visited.

    • We will miss everyone here so much!!! They have become like family to us, and it will be sad to leave them. The good and bad thing about traveling is that you make friends all over the world but you’re always saying goodbye to someone.

  3. Jennifer

    I am sure your next adventure is right around the corner. Hopefully not so far from family.

  4. Patty Broadway

    There will always be something extraordinarily special about these two years, no matter how much traveling or ex-pating you do in the future. You will find yourself saying to your children, “When we were in Taiwan…”

  5. Clay

    I agree with everything Mike Johnson said and more. I could not be prouder of both of you for how you have stepped out in faith, trusting God and building the bridge as you walked on it. Something tells me this will not be your only “teaching abroad” experience.

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