Thanks so much for your prayers over the past month. The school year continues to go well for Areli and Tyndale, and Galilee is starting to see a decrease in migraine frequency again. Tyndale’s migraines have also dropped in frequency, and all of us seem to be getting over the lingering effects of whatever virus we had back in the summer. Tyndale had his first FFA competition last week. This one was his first time competing in radio announcing, and his team placed second.
Jennifer has met virtually a couple more times recently with the team she gave evaluations to back in September. One of those meetings was a Stage 3 kick-off for the newest member of the team. Next month there will be more virtual meetings for Stage 4 kick-offs (Stage 4 is the final stage of their culture and language acquisition time.) It’s exciting to see this team getting close to the point where they can start doing Bible translation and preparing lessons for sharing the good news about Jesus with their friends in the remote location where they serve.
DJ and the ministry team he serves with have been busy evaluating the network needs for the home office and figuring out what equipment to prioritize for upgrades. Pray that they’ll have wisdom in balancing their desire to be good stewards of resources while also providing reliable network service for all the essential functions of our mission’s home office.
We’ve seen a significant drop in our support level since this summer too, so we’d appreciate prayers for the Lord’s provision in that area.
We’re currently having our first true cold spell of the year here in south Texas. Today’s high is supposed to be in the 40s after yesterday’s high was still 80. We may also have a freeze tomorrow night, so we’ll have to decide whether to harvest the last of our garden stuff.
Thanks again so much for praying for and supporting us. God bless each of you as you serve Him in your corners of the world.