Together We Are Living For Jesus.
He is the strength. Married to his brown-haired, green eyed girl. Aaron has recently taken a full time fire-fighter position in a city near his and Bree's home. It's a career he has always dreamed of. He has served as a volunteer fire-fighter for our small community for years and continues to do so.
Aaron has a strong passion for farming, and that passion has lead the Orwigs into a hay and straw bailing business. He has a helping hand on the family farm raising corn, soybeans, and wheat. He is also the caretaker of 150+ cattle on their homestead. All in all, Aaron enjoys outdoor activities and taking in all of what God has created.
We believe in a hope and future
given by the Lord.
She is the heart. Married to her farmer and fire-fighter. Doing her best
to cultivate a home full of joy, love, happiness, and grace.
After being an elementary school teacher, Breanna's heart wanted to be at home where she could fully focus on her and Aaron's family. This is her first official year not teaching and they are adjusting well to their new season in life. Ecclesiastes 3:1.
She enjoys heart filled conversations, finding joy in the simple things, and she is the classic definition of a homebody.
- Bree Orwig
On October 5, at a 20 week ultrasound, we found out that our unborn son was unlikely to live outside the womb. We made a choice to continue the pregnancy and walk it out with Jesus, because our baby boy was happy & had a strong heartbeat. We will never regret the choice we made to stand with our Lord, in love, hope, and joy through our pregnancy journey with our baby boy, Blaine.
On December 16, 2018 we had our son, Blaine Isaiah James. He came into this world already sleeping in the arms of Jesus.
This little project started settling in my heart that day, his birthday.
We want to note that sorrow does not have a hold on our hearts. We have JOY knowing our Father is a good, good Father. We have JOY looking forward to future pregnancies & promises that God will fulfill.
We have so much hope and joy in Jesus, but that doesn't mean we don't go through hard moments. We aren't perfect, and we are taking this journey one day at a time.