Merry Christmas from the Jones Family!

Dear Friends and Family,

Once again as we send our Christmas greeting out to our friends and family we reflect on how good God is and how He continues to pour his abundant blessings out on our family.

This is our fourth Christmas here in Wausau and at the Harvest Baptist Church. God continues to teach us and bless us in our ministry here. We are continually thankful for the beautiful area in which we live, and the wonderful church family that God has blessed us with.

This year has brought several new experiences for our family. Most exciting was the birth of our third son, Myles Haddon. Myles was born on October 22, and missed sharing Isaac’s birthday by only 50 minutes! He is a healthy, beautiful, and sweet baby. He has brought so much joy and fun into our family. Isaac and Hudson love their little brother…nearly to death at times! 🙂 They think he is pretty special and love to kiss and hug him constantly.

We also started home schooling this year. Isaac started kindergarten in September. He is doing very well and learning easily and quickly. His favorite subject is science, and his least favorite is handwriting. It has been fun to see him growing and learning in this new stage of his life.

Isaac turned six in October, and Hudson will be four in January. While we at times are sad at how quickly the time is passing and how fast they are growing up, we also are enjoying them as they are more independent and becoming little men. Every new stage is another adventure in parenting!

As always, God has been very good to the Jones family, and we eagerly anticipate his continued blessings in 2012. We pray that God will also pour his blessings upon you in the year ahead.


Much Love,

Adam, April, Isaac, Hudson, and Myles Jones


Celebrating Christmas with Three {Finer Things Friday}

This year we have the joy of celebrating the Christmas season with three little boys. Children seem to make the holiday season so much more fun and exciting….and this year we have three times the fun and excitement! Definitely a Finer Thing!

Faithfulness and Fruitfulness

“Faithfulness is our business; fruitfulness is an issue that we must be content to leave with God.”  – J.I. Packer