I’m not sure what brought you to our little corner of the World Wide Web, but I am sure glad you came. Let’s just pretend we are close friends already, okay?
I tend to write once or twice each week here about life at the Hurdle house which includes, but is not limited to: food, faith, fun moments spent mothering two (miraculously adopted) children and helpful ways to be a boss at life. I hope you’ll join us on our wild adventure of following Him and loving them!
Long, long ago, even before Facebook, Joel and I (unbeknownst to each other) took teams of students to do Hurricane Katrina Relief work. What we thought was just a camp-type crush for the week, became our #crushforlife.
We were married in August of 2007, spent an amazing 5 years doing ministry in Columbia, South Carolina and after adopting our two precious children, moved to Oxford, Mississippi to continue serving as full-time missionaries with Campus Crusade for Christ. (To read the longer version, click HERE. Or to listen via podcast click HERE.)
This blog is more of a memoir of family life and ministry, than a trophy case of happy people sitting around smiling for pictures. We hope you’ll see Jesus through our good, bad and humorously ugly.
I’d love to get to know you a little more and learn ways I can serve you through this online space. Whether it’s infertility, adoption, marriage, ministry, motherhood or just the mundane, I’d love to hear more about your story and how we can walk together through this beautifully broken world.
So, what brought you here and how can we journey together? Email me at kitty(dot)hurdle(at)cru(dot)org or click the connect button in the sidebar.