“I can no other answer make but thanks, and thanks, and ever thanks.” So says Sebastian in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, and these words express my words to you on this Thanksgiving. The last year has seen lots of changes in mine and Amy’s life. We celebrated one year of marriage. We moved to a different state. Instead of teaching high school I entered the classroom again as a student, and instead of teaching high school students Amy began serving as a caretaker for senior citizens in Louisville. Things are certainly not like they were one year ago! Yet with each change in our life God has proven over and again the continued triumph of his grace through his endless mercy at every turn in our pathway. He has provided for us physically, emotionally, and spiritually, and his abundant giving is seen clearly in his gift of you to our lives. We have come to love Henryville as an adopted hometown, and we love all of our friends and family at First Baptist. God has blessed us through you, and we are privileged to have the opportunity to serve you. You are ministers to us in the gospel. You are encouragers and comforters to us through his Spirit. We are truly thankful for each of you, and we pray that God will continue to unite our hearts together in the coming months and years as we pray God’s richest blessings in Christ to you now and evermore.