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Issue: "Boston Terrorthon," May 4, 2013

Back in Morristown, the Romeikes stay busy with homeschooling and work. Mr. Romeike teaches music lessons to about 20 students. 

He recently built a deck and remodeled the garage into an extra bedroom with his 15-year-old son, Daniel. The father and son also work with their local church to complete home improvement projects for needy families in the area.

Mrs. Romeike directs the younger children in their school lessons and encourages their interest in art projects.

They’re thankful for their home, and they try not to worry about the future. “God has led us until now, and He will do the same in the future,” says Mrs. Romeike. “So whatever comes, we take out of His hands and follow Him.”

Jamie Dean
Jamie Dean

Jamie lives and works in North Carolina, where she covers the national political beat and other topics as news editor for WORLD. Follow Jamie on Twitter @deanworldmag.

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