Merry Christmas; new mailing address; Bible translation spell checking

FAMILY UPDATE: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, from all the Prices. We were all able to be together in one place this year for Christmas! Pictured left to right: Kirsten (17) is finishing her senior year of home school as a dual-enrolled, early college student at Calvary University. She is on track to completeContinue reading “Merry Christmas; new mailing address; Bible translation spell checking”

Matthew got his prosthetic arm and has moved to Atlanta; other exciting family happenings

Thank you all so much for praying. On Monday, Matthew got his long awaited prosthetic arm. It has been almost 22 months since his motorcycle accident, and 19 months since we started the process of working to get a prosthetic. The prosthestic arm is fiberglass, partially powered by battery and partial powered by body movement.Continue reading “Matthew got his prosthetic arm and has moved to Atlanta; other exciting family happenings”

Our daily prayer calendar, November 2021 (The Prices Write, part 2)

Download this prayer list formatted as a calendar for printing out: November 1 Pray for God’s will for a closing date on a house in Belton, MO, we’ve made an offer on; pray for His provision of long-term housing for us November 2 Pray for God’s will to be done through today’s elections November 3Continue reading “Our daily prayer calendar, November 2021 (The Prices Write, part 2)”

Funerals, family & preparation to print Luke and Bible stories

FAMILY UPDATE Pam’s dad, Mal Hughes, went to be with the Lord July 6. He had been in a memory care facility in Dallas, TX, for 2.5 years, due to his battle with Alzheimer’s. His funeral was in Denton, TX, July 9, and interment with full military honors will be August 13, at Dallas-Ft. WorthContinue reading “Funerals, family & preparation to print Luke and Bible stories”

So, what have we learned so far?

We are praising God for bringing us to another milestone. As of this week, we have completed the consultant check for the entire Gospel of Luke in the Arli, Bayash, Chergash and Gurbet languages! We still have work to do as we check over the translation of key terms in the book, write the glossaryContinue reading “So, what have we learned so far?”

The (belated) Prices Write (August 2020, part 1)

Dear praying friends, I apologize for being so late with this prayer letter. Thank you all for praying for us faithfully. Matthew’s surgery in San Francisco on July 10 went well. We won’t know the long-term results for at least a few months and more likely for 1-2 years since nerves re-grow at a veryContinue reading “The (belated) Prices Write (August 2020, part 1)”

Results of Wisconsin trip; waiting for answer on house; Pam and kids returning on 26th

Thank you for your prayers for us. We feel very loved and encouraged! Our trip to the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-M) Medical Center went very well. Shout out to all the Wisconsinites–they are such kind people! Our trip was uneventful, though tiring since it was two back-to-back nine-hour days of driving. The team of surgeonsContinue reading “Results of Wisconsin trip; waiting for answer on house; Pam and kids returning on 26th”

Visiting California for more tests & second opinions

Christ is risen; He’s risen indeed! The weather was beautiful in Slavonski Brod, Croatia, for Ariela, Daniel, and Kirsten to enjoy an Easter egg hunt with Pam (pictured above). Matthew and I enjoyed worship at home in Kansas City with Elizabeth and Stephen. Thank you for praying for us. Matthew has had good appointments hereContinue reading “Visiting California for more tests & second opinions”

Matthew's car sold; referrals sent to other hospitals; moving to KC this weekend

That was fast! The weather in Slavonski Brod, Croatia: sometimes sunny, sometimes snowy! Once again, I wanted to thank you all for your prayers for Matthew and us. Here’s the latest: We have now finished the paperwork requesting that Matthew’s medical records be sent to three hospitals along with a referral from his UCSF surgeon,Continue reading “Matthew's car sold; referrals sent to other hospitals; moving to KC this weekend”

Matthew off all IVs, to be discharged soon

Yesterday throughout the day, they lowered Matthew’s IV medications, and this morning stopped it completely. We are so excited since this means that he is no longer tethered to the IV pole. Now Matthew can put his shirt on since all the IV lines which were in the way are no longer hooked up. Now,Continue reading “Matthew off all IVs, to be discharged soon”