We’ve had a good month. Pastor Marty Horn came from the
Back at home again we have worked on painting the Campo Largo church to avoid all the water seepage every time it rains on those cement blocks. People are enjoying the new look at church. We have church services or home Bible Studies every night except Monday thus seeking to teach and preach God’s Word so that more may come to know Jesus and His ways. There are a lot of “ups and downs” working with people, many who have not yet made decisions for Christ or who are immature in their faith. But, we persevere in sowing the good seed, and hope that in time we will see good fruits appear.
Last week we participated in a two-day retreat for pastors and wives. It was a good spiritual refresher for us. Paul did some of the translating work for one of the American speakers and I translated for the American couple so they could understand what was happening when the other speakers were sharing. It was good to be reminded that God’s greatest desire is our own personal relationship with Him.
We have heard from our boys. Andrew has enjoyed working on the farm in northern MN. He moves to AFLBS on Sunday. Matthew is already busy at Hillcrest. He was chosen to be the class chaplain and the Varsity soccer team captain. He also was selected to be the first chair flute player (of 14) in the band and loves helping with praise and worship. He has a Korean roommate so will probably learn more Korean this year. It sounds like he has had a good start at school.
The girls and their husbands had lunch with us yesterday along with a longtime friend of ours from
The following weekend we will be traveling to
In closing, just thought I’d mention Judah, the young man from
We love and appreciate you.
In Christ’s love,
Paul and Becky