Wednesday, March 09, 2011




Angkor Wat and some of the miles of carvings that still exist there


This week is crazy. I am preparing to take a team to minister along our southern border. We will be working both sides of the border.

I am still processing all that occurred in Cambodia, but have to put that on hold while preparations are made to take this team of 27 to share the love of Jesus with those who are hurting, broken, and in desperate need.

Over 100,000 Mexicans have taken refuge in the border city we are headed to. Please be in prayer for them, and for our team as we head to love them.


This past weekend, Deanna and I went to our daughter's home in Texas. We stayed with them, but worshipped with our friends, Afshin and Meredith Ziafat, at Providence Church (Frisco, Tx) where he has been pastoring since the end of October.

We had such a blessed time and gained such encouragement from our time together!

Our daughter was nearing the end of her first trimester of pregnancy. Sickness has been her constant companion through this time. She anxiously awaits the 'switch to be flipped' as she enters the second.

We appreciate the prayer support you each provide, and hope that Spring temperatures rush toward you!

More, after the week of ministry down south!


dad

1 Comments:

At 10:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

dad - while I haven't followed your blog like I did in the past I do want you to know that I think of you guys and B.J. often. Praying for you and your family. Lori Biberdorf, Zionsville, IN

 

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