It was a Merry Christmas!
The first words out of my mouth on Christmas were, “Thank you God.” I would like to say I pray that every day – but Christmas was special because we awoke to rain and a cool breeze. You don’t know how many missionaries pray for that on Christmas – at least all the ones that live near the equator. It was wonderful to have a cooler day (80’s). The rain doubled for snow and we had a great time opening gifts, enjoying each other, and remembering the reason we celebrate.
Happy New Year!
Right now we are living at the support center near the coast. However, January 24 we will be off to Hewa Land to teach through Corinthians. This is a critical book for where the young Hewa Church is at in their maturing process. We will be discussing the themes of Corinthians which include; how to prefer each other, how to deal with conflict, how to function together as a body and how to love one another. We are looking forward to a great time of growth in the Hewa body.
“Without wavering, let us hold tightly to the hope we say we have, for God can be trusted to keep his promise.” Hebrews 10:23
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