Kirsten graduating; Prices moving to Belton, MO; training Roma in Bible translation

Kirsten (18) graduates from home school high school and with her Associate of Arts degree (Ministry Studies) from Calvary University, Kansas City, MO, May 7, 2022. Congratulations, Kirsten and praise to God! After May she plans to be living on her own in KC and working. Shout out to our friend, Patrick Berthof (https://breakstuff.net/), andContinue reading “Kirsten graduating; Prices moving to Belton, MO; training Roma in Bible translation”

Dates, dances, and printing the Gospel of Luke & 50 Bible stories

Ariela (10) and I enjoyed a wonderful evening together with other daughters and FROGs (Fathers, Relatives or Other Guys) at her American Heritage Girls troop. The theme was dads as superheroes. I am blessed and honored to be her “hero”! We continue painting our house in Belton, MO, in prep for our move in mid-May.Continue reading “Dates, dances, and printing the Gospel of Luke & 50 Bible stories”

Birthdays; prep for moving; responses to translated verses on social media (The Prices Write, April 2022)

In March we celebrated birthdays with Elizabeth (27), Pamala, Jonathan (30) and Daniel (14). This month we are finishing the painting of the house in Belton and moving some things over, so in May we will move completely and no longer be renting each month in Independence, MO. Kirsten is looking forward to moving outContinue reading “Birthdays; prep for moving; responses to translated verses on social media (The Prices Write, April 2022)”

Looking for mistakes, finding truth; family fun with Valentine’s and birthday

Not long ago, I received this encouraging report from the coordinator for The Word for the World Serbia/Croatia: In September 2021, the translation team distributed the Gospel of Luke and 50 Bible stories in the Roma community in Leskovac, Serbia. One of the translators, Saša [English spelling Sasha], invited his neighbors, some of whom areContinue reading “Looking for mistakes, finding truth; family fun with Valentine’s and birthday”

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”

Move that box; spell check that word! (The Prices Write for January 2022)

FAMILY UPDATE: Thank you for your prayers for the huge job of moving Pam’s mom from Cross Roads, Texas, to Belton, Missouri. Through the hard work of Pam, her sisters and our brothers-in-law, the job is done! Pam’s mom, Barbie Hughes, now lives in a studio apartment in Belton. Pam is still in Cross Roads,Continue reading “Move that box; spell check that word! (The Prices Write for January 2022)”

The Prices Write (December 2021, part 1)

FAMILY UPDATE We enjoyed a relaxing family Thanksgiving at home. We’re thankful that Timothy, Elizabeth and Stephen are local in Kansas City so they were able to join us. We also enjoyed video chatting with Jonathan (in San Francisco) and Matthew (in Atlanta). Matthew was able to move to Atlanta in early November, where he’sContinue reading “The Prices Write (December 2021, part 1)”

Giving Tuesday, Ariela’s dance club, progress in Bible translation, visiting Mom

We’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But don’t forget Giving Tuesday, which is November 30–it’s a day to give back and to focus on sharing with others. Thank you for your faithful prayers and financial support for us and the ministry of Bible translation. If you would like to donate, please use theContinue reading “Giving Tuesday, Ariela’s dance club, progress in Bible translation, visiting Mom”

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”