Yes, I agree with you in prayer for her salvation. That it is presented to her in a way that reaches her heart. All men know in their heart that there is a God. How can the creation not know their Creator? I pray everywhere she turns the Gospel of Jesus' love floods her soul. It is so simple to give ourselves to Him and vital to our spirit. It would be a blast to see her totally restored physically as a result, whoohoo! We have a good God. Thanks for the honor of praying with you.
Hi there Shine4Him! I wanted to drop by and wish you a Very Merry Christmas filled with great company, great times, and many blessings. Here's wishing you a blessed New Year as well, and safe travels on your mission.
Actually, our grand total was 664 shoeboxes :-) Wow! 500 dinners? That's a lot...and a lot of work. Very good! Hmmm...I guess I've learned something new. I thought that the British presence in India left English behind as a universal tongue, not just one for the privileged.
My pleasure. I'm surprised that you need to learn a new language for India. I thought that English was pretty universal there. >My, you are the world traveler! Heck, I grew up less than 200 (and live only 350) miles away from Mexico and I've never been out of the US. >Yes, Brushed Up Ministries is the church I go to. The pastor is a good friend whose family has been running cattle in the area since the 1860s. He started the church to reach the ranchers in the area. Here's the church - << cheezburger.com/AnOldCowhand/lolz/View/5367562496 >> The term "brushed up" refers to cattle laying down in thickets of brush for rest and relief from the heat and flies during the day...Rest and relief being the key words. I like going there because Bill speaks my language and he talks to you as a friend. The down side is that it is 60 miles away and at $3.80/gallon I can't get there very often. Will be there this weekend though, we're filling OCC shoeboxes. That little congregation of 15 (or so) people will put out about 300 boxes...I has a proud of 'em :-) - James