Greetings From the Mountain Top in Washington State:
I have had a year of blessings, trials, and victories! I have appreciated all of your prayers, patience, and kindnesses to me.
I have not been able to always answer your calls or e-mails during the many trials and I do say, "I am sorry." At the moment the e-mail is not working right and will take some time to get it fixed. There are other problems that I am also working on for the SonLight Ministries.
My mother, in her nineties, came to live with us in 2013. She had fallen and fractured her second vertebrae in her neck. Later while under the care of a caregiver she again fell and this time broke her hip. She is in rehab at the moment and will be coming home on March 23.
I with others moved the ministry to a new location, which caused trials as tall as Mt. Everest! But God is able to accomplish all things.
As the director of the ministry I lost my husband on Feb. 18, 2015. This has caused all of us much grief and the loss of one of our best workers!
I with others are still working to put all of the materials from SonLight on pdf so you can have free access to it. However, one major change will take place. The ministry will be taken over by Melissa Bull from Adventist Home Educator. My role will now be to finish the old materials and develop new books. I will no longer have the privilege of helping you personally.
We now have a list of people who will counsel you by phone or answer your e-mails and help you with whatever difficulty in education you may have at the moment.
Melissa and I will be working out all of the details so once again SonLight will be running smoothly.
I have enjoyed everyone I have gotten acquainted with through SonLight and now God has another plan for me. I will have the joy of spending many hours every day studying, writing more books, and making sure the old ones are still available all free of charge.
A text that the Holy Spirit gave to me has meant so much to me during my trials. You might like to have it for your encouragement in being a homeschool mother and educator!
`And I will bring the blind by a way that they knew not: I will lead them in paths that they have not known: I will make darkness light before them, and crooked things straight. These things will I do unto them and not forsake them" (Isaiah 42:16).
Yours in the Blessed Hope,
Jeanie Cook, Your Servant