I preached this morning, with Lydia’s help, on “What it means to be a Christian”. Over the past two weeks, Johnny (to Lydia’s right) has repaired our water line and automobile. Because of his faith in Christ, Johnny’s parents do not want him to come home. The 11-yr. old (left) lives at the church because he wants to follow Jesus.
Although HOPE International School students are on summer vacation, Christi is devoting herself to completing A Beka homeschooling. New curriculums are needed for the coming academic year. If you’re able to assist with funding the children’s books and dvds, please contact us. Thanks.
“We’re broke, starved and diseased! Hurry home, Dad.” Such was the e-mail I received from my over-dramatic son during a recent visit to Conyers, GA where I attended my home church’s mission conference. Actually, Grace and the children were fine. Thanks to a wonderful provision of clothing, vitamins and other much needed items by First Baptist Church of Atlanta, I returned to Cambodia with birthday presents for Josiah and Christi and gifts for Daniel and Grace. The challenges of mission life are gloriously offset by timely love gifts and fruit that lasts eternally! Please browse Bridges of Light website to learn more of God’s current call on our lives.