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”

Funeral services; traveling to Serbia & Croatia for dedication of Gospel of Luke & 50 Bible stories in 4 Roma languages

FAMILY UPDATE The memorial for Todd’s dad, Max Price, was in Oklahoma City on July 30. We’re thankful that my mom was in good health and able to attend, and that all our kids (except Jonathan in California) were able to attend. The burial for Pam’s dad, Mal Hughes, was in Dallas on August 13.Continue reading “Funeral services; traveling to Serbia & Croatia for dedication of Gospel of Luke & 50 Bible stories in 4 Roma languages”

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”

Malcolm Alvin Hughes (3/15/1933-7/6/2021)

Malcolm Alvin Hughes was ushered into the presence of Jesus at 7:52 a.m. on July 6, 2021, at the age of 88. A devoted follower of Jesus, he was a loving husband to Barbara Hughes for 57 years, and they had four daughters, 35 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Malcolm was born in Los Angeles, CA, onContinue reading “Malcolm Alvin Hughes (3/15/1933-7/6/2021)”

The Prices Write (July 2021)

FAMILY UPDATE We enjoyed a relaxing Father’s Day at home, with the kids coming by to visit (L-R: Timothy 30, Daniel 13, Kirsten 17, me, Elizabeth Sell 25, Ariela 9, Stephen Sell 25, Matthew 22, [Jonathan 29 in San Francisco]). This was my first Father’s Day since my dad passed away so it was bittersweetContinue reading “The Prices Write (July 2021)”

Family pics from the kids’ play; Daniel to camp; formatting and final checks for Gospel of Luke in Arli language

It was great that Jonathan’s visit from San Francisco meant that he was able to see Daniel and Ariela’s play also. We enjoyed a special week with him while he was here. Please remember these prayer requests: Daniel will be at our church camp Wednesday through Saturday. They will be serving at City Union MissionContinue reading “Family pics from the kids’ play; Daniel to camp; formatting and final checks for Gospel of Luke in Arli language”

Family time in Kansas City & Wisconsin; Bible translation progress & prayer requests for Roma translators

We are enjoying having Jonathan visiting us this week from San Francisco. It has been great to have everyone together in one place! Please hold Jonathan up in prayer as he begins planning for going to graduate school for a degree in math. The prosthetics company Matthew has been working with for a year wasContinue reading “Family time in Kansas City & Wisconsin; Bible translation progress & prayer requests for Roma translators”

Update on Todd’s mom & Pam’s surgery; Bible translation progress

Thank you all so much for your faithful prayers. What an encouragement to know that you all are standing with us and holding us up before the throne of grace! Mom is doing well in the nursing home and has adjusted extremely well. We were able to be with her on Mother’s Day which isContinue reading “Update on Todd’s mom & Pam’s surgery; Bible translation progress”

Mom doing well in nursing home; Pam’s recovery going well; visiting OKC

Thank you all so much for praying for my (Todd’s) mom. God answered prayer quickly and we were able to move her into a nursing home in Oklahoma City in mid-April. This facility had just reopened under new management and she was the very first resident. The staff threw a party to welcome her andContinue reading “Mom doing well in nursing home; Pam’s recovery going well; visiting OKC”