Darrel and Gail Voth

Directors of Mobilization, Beautiful Feet Missionary Training and Sending, Choctaw, Oklahoma

Feb16 workday

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It was a cold day, but 11 different people graciously—happily even—worked on various projects around our house to help us get ready to move.

house

Some showed up at 9:15 when it was 16 degrees and some didn’t leave until it was dark. It was a good day.

Jason happily volunteered to use the tallest ladder to help scrape.

Jason happily volunteered to use the tallest ladder to help scrape.

Eric putting his carpentry skills to good use

Always willing to jump in wherever he's needed.

Jim, always willing to jump in wherever he’s needed.

Proof that Tina actually does have a halo.

Proof that Tina actually does have a halo.

Cold, but smiling.

Cold, but smiling Drew.

In addition to scraping, Katelyn made friends with Jude, who was sick and watching from the windows.

I love seeing my kids work, especially together.

I love seeing my kids work, especially together.

Dirt was moved, paint was scraped, posts were built, glass was replaced, the swingset was fixed and chili was eaten.

Thank you so much, friends and family for physically joining us in the labor of this endeavor!

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Author: thevoths

Just a regular family wanting to live the extraordinary story of the Author of life.

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