Four Years and Counting…

God has been so good to me. Four years ago today I had the joy of marrying the love of my life, 恩临 (Anny Grace). She is an amazing wife and mother, a wonderful help meet, and just plain fun to be around.

The Lord has blessed us with a tremendous four years of marriage, and I look forward to what the coming years have in store!

老婆,我好爱你!
你的价值远胜过珍珠!
祝你结婚纪念日快乐!

“…for her price is far above rubies.”
-Proverbs 31:10

Merry Christmas 2018!

Thank you all for your continued prayers and support as we continue our deputation to take the good news of Christ to the Chinese people!

The Chinese text in the above image is taken from Isaiah 9:6:
“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.”

This Christmas season, please remember to pray that the Lord would raise up more laborers to go to China and tell the Chinese people about the birth, death, burial, and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.

May you all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

The Tasmanian Toddler Hits The Terrible Twos!

Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s official. Our son, Abraham Hudson, is officially two years old. So in the spirit of celebration, I’d like to take a break from my usual goings on about China to wish our little Tasmanian Toddler a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Actual footage of Abraham doing what Tasmanian Toddlers do best.

He’s a fireball of a boy, bouncing back and forth between kicking balls, watching alphabet videos, and reading the latest from Dr. Seuss. And if he had his way, he would live on a steady diet of goldfish crackers, strawberries, and momma’s stir fried tomato and egg rice porridge.

I’ve been saying for months now that he misread the “terrible twos” memo and mistook it for saying the “terrible twenty months”. But I figure that’s alright because if he got a head start, maybe that means he’ll get through them early as well.

When we visit churches, he promptly hands out handshakes and fistbumps to everyone that moves. He even gives out prayer cards. But watch out, he might want to take them back after a second or two. He was just letting you have a peek, after all.

Abe finally slowed down enough for a picture.

At any rate, he’s a top notch kid that makes his momma and I all the right kinds of proud of. We are immensely thankful to be his parents and eagerly look forward to seeing what the Lord has in store for his future.