I am sorry my last update was the middle of April and here we are at the end of May — It has been a very hectic and difficult time. I had a group right after my last update, then company for 10 days and the following day after my friend left, my mom went to be with Jesus and I flew home. The day after I returned, a group came and the day they left, I got a stomach virus. This is my first “normal” day since my last update and I can finally sit down and write to update you on all that God has been doing at Destino and to thank you for your faithful prayers for us.
The group I had in… Continue reading
We have so much on the schedule ahead of us but we are so excited about all that God is accomplishing at Destino del Reino. Again, it is because of your faithful prayers for us and support and encouragement — so thank you again for all you do for God’s children here in Honduras.
The money came in to put on the roof for the high school building and the material has been ordered and we will be starting on that next week. We are almost finished as well with the junior high and high school bathrooms. It will be nice to separate them from the elementary school in the near future. The plan after the roof is on is to finish up the bathrooms, build the stairs to the second… Continue reading
Thank you to all of you who prayed about my trip to the US and for peace in our moving my parents to a nursing home. God could not have more clearly showed up to prepare every step. My sister, Kathi, had 5 days off at the exact time when I was coming and so we were able to move my parents the very first morning we were in Augusta. My mom (who has always been so particular about her house and belongings) walked out the door and never even took a last look around at her home and furnishings. She was SO ready to go. My dad was taken in an ambulance and we followed. We had a great week with my parents at the nursing home and stayed… Continue reading
Just wanted to post a quick update to ask for prayer. I leave tomorrow for the US. On Thursday morning, my sister and I are taking my parents to a nursing home. It sounds like not that big of deal, knowing they need the full-time medical care and they will be well cared for in a facility like that, BUT it means taking them away from all their things they have collected through the years on missions trips and family vacations, all their familiar surroundings, and even for us it means that we don’t have a place to “go home to” anymore. It is a very painful thing for us and I would appreciate your prayers for the grace and peace of Jesus to cover us each… Continue reading