What a year 2016 has been, and things have yet to slow down! If I don’t get this update written down now, well, I may never get it done.
Since I returned to PNG in September, I have been quite busy. In the past 4 ½ months, I’ve…
-attended crisis management training (while still jet lagged)
-made five trips to Lae to clear six containers
-driven about 2,000 miles to and from Lae
-driven over countless potholes, sinkholes, landslides, and one lane bridges
-driven around countless people, pigs, and vehicles on the wrong side of the two lane highway
-given out about two dozen sodas to pass through roadblocks
-taken part in about seven medevacs
-had to go to Australia myself for medical reasons
-taken over cash management in the Business office
-processed three auto accidents for the Field Insurance Department (which is me)
-processed the Customs documents for seven container loads, three vehicle imports, five crates (including two shipments of tribal Bibles), and nine plane loads of essential cargo
-helped import supplies for ten different missions organizations
-been audited by PNG Customs (and passed with flying colors)
-done a few other things that I’ll remember later
Thanks to all of you for your prayers- and please keep on praying.
Lord willing, I’ll be in Florida this June for my annual three month home assignment. Hope to see you then.