I am determined not to be one of "those" overseas workers who stop blogging/communicating. It just seems to be difficult to find the time to do it recently.
Josue gets his first bite of a tastycake
When Todd and his children came, I opened a precious letter. A dear friend wrote a short note. It was a huge encouragement to me. I put it on my closet, and read it often. It is a reminder to me. It tells me you think of us and pray for us, we are on your minds and hearts.
The ones I kept for myself :)
Your gifts to us and participate in the ministry we do allows us to be active and present in Orange Walk. We couldn't do what we do without the work you do. Thank you for choosing to be a part of what goes on at Jesus Deaf Church. The ongoing monthly support is essential to the ministry continuing. Thank you!
Zephaniah and Josue playing with bubbles during Sunday School
Connecting Deaf Church also took the time to ask us what we miss. We were given precious things like decaf Earl Grey tea, black licorice, devil dogs, and almond butter.
Selah made the birthday cake for her friend on her 14th birthday
We treasure these treats. I wanted to publicly take a blog post to thank all of you who have enriched our lives in this way. The physical things are really nice. They are small things that make us feel cared for.
me enjoing tea with the dogs
A former missionary to Dangriga area with Kids Konnect sent us a grocery bag full of treats from Trader Joe's. I cried when I opened the package. Dark chocolate. Nathanael is still enjoying the Irish breakfast tea! The kids couldn't hold out on eating the entire bag of candy. I suppose it's much better than the fire ants getting to it.
We have even gotten 2 boxes full of Tastycakes. Those were treasured and shared! :) Everyone in Jesus Deaf Church got a small taste of Philadelphia.
Thank you so much to those who have blessed us abundantly.