Abishai Kip Burns made his arrival last night at 6:31 pm. He is 9 and a half pounds and 21″ tall! Mom and Dad Burns are doing well and proud of this cutie! (To pronounce his name think “Bobby” but leave off the initial “B”-“Abi”).
We are excited to have our 11th grandchild here safe and sound. God is so good!
I just noticed today, that the last few months of blogs I thought I had posted, did not go up on the blog site! OOPS… Sorry I think we have it figured out now. So there are a few new posts from the past that have popped up today, too!
Amy and Hector have been with us for a couple of months. It is always fun having them with us. They are travelling for a couple of weeks and will be back in March. Please pray that they can get the citizenship paperwork submitted for Hector, and the passport paperwork done for Elena. Also for safe travels! Thanks!
We have had busy days in the office helping our missionaries with various things. One fellow has been called for jury duty, and he is across the globe. He also wrote today and hasn’t had his new driver’s license delivered yet, that he ordered online. We do all we can to help these folks, so they can stay at work in their country of service.
We had the flu last weekend. We are very thankful that it left us rapidly! Thanks to friend who recommended some medications that helped it leave fast! It was a weird flu this time around! George and Linda both had it a few days.
Thanks so much for your prayers for us. We so appreciate your part on our team to send the Gospel of Grace to those who have never heard.
George and Linda Heckman
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