Creative celebrations, ministry-hearts, listening to Dad read and fireside chats characterized growing up in the Burnett household.
Scott and Sondra met in British Columbia, Canada on SMI (Summer Missionary Institute) with the North America Indian Mission. Sondra was a grade one teacher from Ohio (her home state) and Scott was finishing his education at LeTourneau College in Texas, calling Alaska home. Since marrying in 1974, they have ministered as a team first as missionaries with NAIM and presently serves as a chaplain in B.C.
Along with their four daughters, Bethany, Abigail, Sara and Lydia, three son-in-laws, and five grandkids, the Burnetts have a passion to reclaim holidays to be “holy days” and see traditions teach God’s Truth as they are passed down through the generations.