Homeward Bound

Our God knows our deepest needs and He is faithful to supply.  We do not always understand the ways of God and His methods often seem very illogical to our human minds, but we are returning to Wisconsin confident that this is the path He is leading us down.  By His grace He has provided us housing and employment in Wisconsin upon our return and a buyer for our vehicle here in Hawaii.  He has supplied for all of our physical needs, which makes us even more confident of His faithfulness to restore Tiffany to her old self.  I know of only One great God who is able to so fully and completely restore his children.  We praise Him!

This is not the missions adventure story we expected to be writing. (We apologize to Dave back in Richland Center, but we don’t think this one will make it to the publishing house.)  Anybody going into full-time ministry hopes to be used greatly by God.  Although we don’t have amazing exploits to write about, this experience has been a very humbling one for us.  We have not processed everything God wants us to learn in this adventure (and I’m sure He still has much awaiting us when we return), but God has already used our time here to deepen our faith and reveal areas where we need to grow personally as ministers, as husband and wife, and as parents.

Please know (and hear us very clearly) that our decision to return home in no way reflects how we feel about the ministry that KCN is doing.  In fact, it has confirmed and deepened our belief that it is a mission field in need of many laborers and more importantly in need of many prayer warriors and intercessors.   We believe in it 100% and will continue to support and direct others towards the mission.

We want to thank all of you for the various ways you’ve reached out in love to support us during this process.  We received so many care packages, phone calls, emails, words of encouragement, prayer, etc.  Going forward, we would please ask for your continued prayers of healing and especially protection for our family.  Pray that Satan would not use this experience in any way to further injure our family.  Also, please pray for protection for Pastor Ryan, his family, Eric & Joy & their family, and the Masons who are just beginning their journey.

On this journey together,

–          The Boyarski Ohana


Logistics for our financial supporters:

  1.  All money given remains with Mission Kona Coast.  If you have questions or concerns with this, please contact us personally:   [email protected]
  2. To discontinue your automatic giving online:
    1. Go to Boyarski.missionsplace.com
    2. Click on the “Support Us” link
    3. Log in with your ID and password
    4. Once logged in, click on “My Profile”
    5. Click on service center
    6. Check the “Discontinue Payment” box
    7. Save the changes to your profile
  3. If you wish to continue funding Mission Kona Coast, you can do that directly at Konacoastnaz.com and click on “Fund the Mission”





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4 Responses to Homeward Bound

  1. Karen Mitten says:

    Tiffany and Jesse: Have been praying and will continue to do so as God leads you in this unexpected pathway. May wholeness,restoration, and peace be yours in every area.

    I can say with assurance that God is the potter, and we are only His clay.

    Blessings to each of you.

  2. Violet says:

    Our family went through some very humbling experiences an one point. I can truly say that you will come away with a far greater understanding of Gods love and passion for you. A much stronger confidence to do His will, stemming from the heightened awareness that we live to serve and please Him first and foremost beyond any other.

  3. Katherine Wooten says:

    God’s will doesn’t always work out the way we envision it. We are praying for God’s grace and peace as you walk this journey. The last few years we’ve been reminded that our family (marriage and children) is an important calling and we are focusing on that for this season. Hopefully in the future we can return to full time ministry, but for now we are learning to be content in the situation He has placed us. It’s not easy, and it has been a humbling experience, but God is good, all the time!

    -Kathy Wooten

  4. Kathy Hayes says:

    I always thought you had a wonderful ministry going in Wisconsin and I believe you will again. The people of Richland Center were blessed to have you serving them (church, family, friends and community members) and wherever you settle, you will always be a blessing. God intends to use you (and this experience)! You are loved!

    Kathy Hayes

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