In a few hours (1:30 PM Feb. 6 our time, wee morning hours Feb. 6 for most of you) we'll be starting the very long journey from West Kalimantan, Indonesia all the way to San Antonio, Texas.
The ultrasound showed that we are only having one baby this time, and that this time it's a boy. We're very excited.
After we get back, we'll just have a couple of weeks to pack up and get ready to leave for our home assignment in the USA. We appreciate all of your prayers for our travels.
We wanted to let all of you know that we're planning to return to the States for 6 months of home assignment from February-July of next year.
We ask for your prayers for Rachel as she works on her first translation project--a small book called "How the Jews Lived."
We're happy to announce that the Lord has blessed us with another little one on the way.
Any of you who've ever fought with rabbits over a garden may understand something of what we face to keep our produce for ourselves, except that rabbits can't swing in from the treetops to snatch away bananas, cassava, and pineapple tops.
"I have known many troubles in my life, but most of them never happened." --Unknown
It has been raining almost constantly for the past 4 or 5 days, causing a lot of flooding in the capital city. Many neighborhoods are under several feet of water, and many of the main streets in our area have become rivers. You can imagine what that does to traffic in a city of over […]
6:15 AM--Rise and shine. Un, the lady who works here at the mission home, is already in the kitchen starting preparations for breakfast.