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.
Occupation: 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.