Farthest Corners expresses God’s love in remote regions of Asia where persecution and suffering exist by providing humanitarian aid for the great spiritual, physical and educational needs of the people.

Chapter 2 – Tent Camping/The Exodus

Tent Camping/The Exodus (Family Road Trip in October/November 2017) During October, our family on the way to visit First Presbyterian Church in Midland, TX had a mini vacation by tent camping in...

Chapter 1 – At The Airport

October 2 - At The Airport: Here I'm sitting on a chair surrounded by our carry on luggage, nursing my baby while my husband with my two older kids go find lunch. Three Points On Preparing For A...

Home Sweet Home?

Our family has come to America but it’s hard to call it home for all of us. For Austin, coming home has been a great event. I’ve been able to get outdoors and help my family with some small work...

The Revolving Door of Life

The above picture comes from a book written by Alexander McCall Smith. I have not read the book yet, but I sure do connect with the title. When I was a kid I think one of the coolest things I saw in...

Rice for Burma

When Cyclone Nargis hit the Delta region in Burma in May 2008, hundreds of thousands of lives were lost in the ensuing floods. In addition, a need for aid and food, particularly rice, to that region...