Partner Profiles

In “Partner Profiles,” we introduce you to men and women who partner with MAI and make our ministry possible.

Judy Weaver is from Nappanee, Indiana, US.

Retired mail carrier.

Something unique about where I grew up:  Smalltown, USA, mixed culturally:  Early years, Amish and “English”; middle years, Amish, English, Hispanic; today, Amish, English, Hispanic, some African-Americans.

First job:  Waitress.

Hobby or leisure activity:  Reading, camping, singing.

Country or area of the world that interests me:  USA, Israel.

A favorite book, and why (not including the Bible):  The Lamplighter by Maria S. Cummins and The Girl of the Limberlost by Gene Stratton Porter.  The first is about an orphan who grows up to be a godly woman, and the second is about a wounded soul who grows up and learns to forgive.

What led me to become a Christian:  Church attendance and God calling.

Most thankful for:  Jesus.

How I first heard about MAI:  [MAI President] John Maust was a young man growing up in our church. I knew his whole family and have followed his life story to this day.

Why I support MAI ministry:  I love books.  I learn so much from them, and I want others to learn from books as I have.  Also, John Maust is a son of our church, a godly man dedicated to God’s call, and I want to support him in his endeavors.

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