Although I moved away to start a family of my own, I am glad God has brought me and my son back to Princeton. It is a place I’ve called “home” for many years.
Growing up with a parent in the Air Force, I spent much of my adolescence traveling until finally settling in Princeton. As a “Military Brat”, I experienced many cultures, communities, and developed an appreciation for how others live. A distinct and memorable time in my life was living in Turkey. I had an opportunity to visit Ephesus, “one of the most strategic cities in the expansion of Christianity in Paul’s day.” While there, I started to really embrace my Christian roots. However, it wasn’t until many years later that I would consider myself “saved”. My hopes are to one day return to Turkey and do mission work sharing the Gospel.
It is truly a blessing to be a part of the Stone Hill community and I look forward to the journey ahead.