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We Couldn't Do It Without You!

Nov 22, 2016

As we’re coming into the season of thankfulness, we are reminded of the many people stateside who make our work possible. We want to thank these special people – our family and friends – who do so much for Sonlight.

We say thanks with grateful hearts to -  

Kay Arbeiter works for Sonlight in accounting. Kay has two children and is married to Bruce; they have a brand new granddaughter! Kay and Bruce donate their time to pick up, record and receipt all our in-coming funds. Every week Kay makes a Sonlight deposit. It’s time consuming and not very exciting but she work tirelessly. Thanks, Kay and Bruce! 

Crista Guyer, the oldest of the Alexander kids, works for Sonlight from Evansville, Indiana. Crista is married to airplane mechanic Mike, and they have 4 kids and 8 grandkids. Crista does many Sonlight jobs. She makes all our state-side payments to credit cards, missionary salaries, insurance and other bills that come her way! She handles all of our insurance claims. Crista works at Crossroads Christian Church Monday through Thursday every week and on Fridays works for Sonlight. Thank you!

 

Amber Pierre is the youngest Alexander kid and is married to Stev Pierre; they live in Fishers, Indiana and are raising and homeschooling their 4 kids, 6 – 1 year old. Being a fluent Creole speaker and having a French degree from University of Evansville enables Amber to be our official translator. She translates study books, Bible studies (Beth Moore’s Esther was her most recent), notes for Sonlight parents, and Creole songs. She also translates for other missions who need her language expertise. We’re blessed to have her on our team! Thanks, Amber! 

  Originally from Colorado, Ken and Nancy Horn now live in Port Charlotte, Florida. Ken and Nancy love to sail their boat and visit their kids and grandkids, some all the way in Hawaii. Our missionary team sends huge grocery lists to them every couple of month. Joining them is a team of workers in their church to help buy, pack, and move our crates to the Miami Dock. They also buy frozen food – they fill two freezers of food for us and deliver them to the dock. We have a mailing address and a warehouse address in Port Charlotte where our supporters can ship anything for them to pack up and deliver to the boat. Many, many thanks to you and your team. 

We couldn't do it without you!