Seeing friends who are adult children of dear friends

The next friends we visited also did support us. But our real connection is in being friends with the parents of Jena the wife and mother of his household. We were there when Jena graduated first from high school, then college and we also attended their wedding now a long time ago… We haven’t seen them in person for many years…probably since 2009. But we do keep in touch with their lives a bit through Jenas parents who we see and contact more frequently. Since we last saw them, their kids have all grown up! They are now looking into what is next! College, work etc! It seems hard to believe that they have grown up sooo fast! Jena and Scott now have 7 children from ages 17-3 years old, it is a beautiful and busy household with 4 boys and 3 girls and all those various ages to help, encourage, guide etc.

We shared some missionary stories and thanked them for their part in God’s ministry through and in us. It was so fun to see this family and to be a small part of their lives for one evening. They allowed us to park on their property and see their little farm. They also have sheep and had chickens… so it was a beautiful stop in all these ways!

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As you can see from this picture above…it was hard to get all of us together for a picture… but we sure had a good time!

Having a great time, Roaming the US.

jan for the Roaming Reimers

One Response to “Seeing friends who are adult children of dear friends”

  1. Cindy Berry Says:

    I, too, love to love the children of my dear friends. The children are extensions of my friends and so my love extends to them. I want to love who and what is important to my friends. And what a treasure it is when my friends also love and invest in my children!

    Bless you, Jan and Ken for reaching across the generations with your love and investment of time.

    Cynthia K. Berry Berry Marketing Communications 330/697-7188

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