Midwest is Participating in Growl-O-Ween, in partnership with Three Dog Bakery. On October 28th we will be open until 5pm for a trick-or-treat extravaganza for the furry friends. Come see us for dog treats…and people treats!
Midwest will be closed for Labor Day and will reopen Tuesday, September 5th.
In observance of Memorial Day, we will be closed Monday, May 29th.
30% off of all in stock pearl jewelry, including earrings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets and more. Pet adoption event June 17th from 9am to 2pm. Pet photo contest- get your pet’s photo taken and enter to win a gift basket of prizes for you and your pooch!! Treats for you and your furry friends June 17th. In June check out the “models” in our windows… they are all up for adoption!!
You can now shop Midwest Jewelers from anywhere with our “Shop Now” option! Under the “Jewelry”, “The Watchatorium” or “Estate Buying” tabs there is an option to ‘SHOP NOW’. Click the link- it will take you to our current online inventory of products. View all of our inventory under ‘Catalog’ or search for a specific designer or group of items (ie necklaces, earrings, etc…) under ‘Collections’. Updated weekly, our stock is always changing. Looking for something special? Let us know- we would be happy to post photos!
Come in and visit the Watchatorium during the annual CruZionsville. Friday and Saturday, June 2-3, 2017. New and antique cars, as well as the new “Auto Indiana” exhibit located just outside our doors.
Come visit us for the annual Jill Duzan Trunk show during Zionsville’s Brick Street Market. We will have treats, a give-away and fun for everyone! Experience this local artist’s “rugged elegance” and support small businesses!
Due to a memorial service, Midwest Jewelers and Estate Buyers will have amended hours on Saturday, May 13. We will open at 1:30pm and close at 5pm. We look forward to serving you during this time.
Fifteen years ago I was doing a book study with my men’s small group on “Wild at Heart” by John Eldridge. One of the ice breaking questions was: ” If you had 3 months and unlimited income, what would you do?” My answer came fairly quickly.
I would go around the world with my wife.
I mentioned this to Cynthia when I got home, and she quickly went through her mental calendar and calculated that in our 30th anniversary year, Hannah would be at college and both the boys would be finished with school and (hopefully) living their own lives. As if it were engraved in stone, and while we certainly didn’t have unlimited income, we began saving and praying.
This May marks our 30th anniversary! While planning, we have realized that it is logistically difficult to navigate a linear, around-the-world trip, so we have chosen to break it up into 6 to 7 bucket-list type trips over the next year or so. As you can imagine much excitement and anticipation have been present in our household.
I have heard told from a variety of people that 2016 was kind of a crappy year and they were glad it was over. Well, to be honest, 2017 has already kicked us in the teeth a few times. Two of my siblings are dealing with significant health issues and my other one just lost her husband unexpectedly.
I mentioned to my wife the old mantra, “God never gives us more than we can handle.” She reminded me that this is not actually Biblical. In fact, at times, God might give us more than we can handle so we have to rely on Him and can’t take credit for doing it on our own.
As such we have been relying on Him heavily and are feeling led to plan one of our trips to include Kenya to do a few water purification installations with Fountains of Hope, as well as again bring the message of hope from Revive and Restore Ministries; teaching women who they are in Christ as well as teaching leaders in Kenya how to present this message among themselves.
As always these are big, fun, challenging and stretching trips. They are full of laughter and new relationships, as well as sights and experiences most have never seen or had before. In short, ………
In addition to the great work and relationships we will forge, we are planning to take a couple of days trip to Masai Mara. The wildebeest will be migrating and we will have a chance to go to the place where they cross the river, you know, where the videos of them occasionally getting eaten by a crocodile are filmed. I told you it would be an adventure!
If you are interested in participating in this adventure in any way, (i.e. coming along, joining us in prayer, and/or helping financially, please get ahold of either Cynthia or myself. We look forward to hearing from you! firstname.lastname@example.org 317-506-0777 email@example.com 317-506-8488.
To be clear, we are trying to raise 18,000.00 which is ALL for ministry related expenses, NOT to help fund Cynthia’s and my bucket list. We already have one generous donor who has committed 6000.00 We are praying for some more.
The approximate dates are July 4-16th and the approximate cost is $2,999.00 to join us.
Adventure truly awaits!