I was looking at how long it’s been since the last time we put something up on our site and a realized that it’s been sixteen months. Wow! I’m pretty bad at this blog thing.
I just wanted to take a few minutes to give a quick update to where we are and what we’re doing.
We are currently back in the USA on what is called “Home Assignment.” This means we are supposed to be traveling, speaking, meeting with friends, family, supporters, taking continuing medical courses and the like. As I’m sure you can imagine the global pandemic due to COVID-19 has changed our plans significantly.
We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of baby Radcliffe (our 5th), due the first of May. This new addition to our family will be entering our world at a time of upheaval and change. In spite of that, we look forward to the future with joy and hope. We would appreciate your prayers for Katherine and baby as the time of delivery approaches.
Needless to say, COVID-19 has seriously upended our plans for traveling, speaking and meeting with people. I’m sure this incredible change in daily life has affected many of you as well. We are thankful that we are well and we pray that you also are well. It seems though, that none of us will remain unaffected personally by this pandemic. In the midst of this we want to still find away to connect with people in whatever way we can.
Even though we can’t visit you, your hospital, your home, your church or wherever you may be we would still love to connect with you if possible. Especially while we are here in the USA and have good internet access and are on a favorable timezone. For those of you elsewhere in the world we would love to connect with you as well.
If you’re interested in connecting via FaceTime, Zoom, phone or however; let’s get together! Here are some ways you can get in touch with us.
Phone: 740-485-0552 (Ben) or 740-485-0553 (Katherine)
You can also follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Katherine does a wonderful job. Ben….not so much 😉
We would love to hear from you and find ways to connect despite “social distance.”
Ben, for all of us.