Reaching those - who would be lost in His Name to be Priest of the Lord...Isaiah 6:16

Our main purpose is to Reconcile all people to knowledge of the gift of grace and power of God in todays world for their individual lives. We will have a discipleship teaching orientation for Pastors, leaders and believers of all ages with a special focus on areas that do not get many well-known speakers including widows and orphan. Today’s calling seems to be Africa, but the Lord recent spoke to our hearts to think bigger…His is a WORLD WIDE OPERATION- and He will not lose what He died for---His people- You

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Random thoughts

This blog is to fill in some of what I did not have time to say before about our time in Terekeka. As always there are so many more details and stories than what time would allow me to write. I am very much looking forward to sitting and sharing with you. In fact, I had told you that I would write about Denver and I going back into the village but it is one of our favorite stories from our trip so I do not want to take away from it by trying to write quickly about it. I think it would be better told over coffee or tea which I have began to enjoy more than ever. It is my little treat for the day.

Denver asked me, what do I miss most and the easy obvious answer is Aaron. I thank God for taking such good care of him. Then I would have to say that I miss getting to share a bed with my husband. It appears to be designed mostly for teams and the rooms in Yei all seem to have single beds (thank God for Terekeka and the full size bed there). Yes we could pull the beds together but we would still be separated by mosquito nets.  In terms of material items, I really don't miss anything here.I am receiving so much more than material items. It was funny the yesterday day though because Denver got very excited about chicken for dinner. Those that know him, know he is not a fan of chicken but after having beans and rice every night, he was pretty excited for the change.

OK, so I guess I didn't say much more about Terekeka and at this point these are random thoughts. Hopefully you are still enjoying the update

It is amazing that we only have a few days here before we head to Uganda. Denver did his last chapel for P3 today which is his favorite group. I could see the tears filling his eyes. On Monday I will finish up quilts with the widows and Denver will finish the chapels for the last three classes. The children are counting how more night we will be able to come tell them stories which has become the highlight of our day. Tonight when Denver was telling them Monday would be the last night, one of the older boys said "I will cry". I say, me too. Could I just bring them home?

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