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Nice things happen to folks who work hard.

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Schuerman Village

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Behold, ye olde internet parchment for the Schuerman «Village.» To what do we owe the pleasure?

This page has evolved (micro-evolution, not macro-evolution) from a personal site, thence to a family site, on to a ministry site, and now includes a business aspect. Please be patient as we saunter along in this sojourn of life, working it out with fear and trembling…

CFI • CFII • AGI • IGI

new_keywords The aviation industry is replete with acronyms and abbreviations. If you want to read more of them or require information on becoming a pilot, click here. robert is a flight instructor, ground instructor and nearing the magical 1500-hour mark as a pilot. He has experience in both American and Russian airspace, civilian and humanitarian flying. Se vi dezirus esperantan pilotan informaĵon, klicku ĉi tie.

Miracles

new_keywords George Mueller has become a cornerstone of our ministry, having read the biography at least a dozen times. The only book read more than that is the Scriptures, now at least two dozen times in 3 or 4 languages. Send us a note if you would like a paper copy of either Miracles or George Mueller Of Bristol. You can read the latter here (about 200 normal novel pages, with a little King-Jimmy-type language).

Beate Paulus was a German minister’s wife mentioned by George Mueller. He was intrigued by the woman’s quote: “I was willing to be the second forgotten by God, but not the first.” Read about her in the biography Miracles Of Faith.

The harvest of ministries that was George Mueller’s were planted by the seed of August Francke— Faith’s Work Perfected. Both Miracles and Faith are less than 100 normal novel pages— they’re quick, easy reads.

Family History

new_keywords Yes, one mom and one dad (us!) really did stay faithful to each other and have 7 children: 5 girls, 2 boys. Pictures and other historical information found by clicking about. This link jumps directly to the explanation of our heraldry. As for the rest, each flag below links to a historical family site in the appropriate language (alphabetically listed by language code). If you’re just looking for our e-mail monikers, click!

new_keywordsNow you know why we call it a “village,” this 2017 photo includes husbands and grandchildren.

All the best, from our village to yours.