I thank our Heavenly Father that I was running late so I could be just in time to help this precious family.
This world is not our home, and people need to know how much God loves them.
I felt alone—a foreigner in a strange country. But I also felt very supported by the local community.
God can turn the thoughts and hearts of men as He turns the waters of the sea.
As we join hands together, we hope that many Great River people will learn of Jesus in this field of great need.
We are seeing God work in these relationships to reveal His great love to them.
I look forward to the day when they will know Him as we do!
We’re so thankful for the relationships God is blessing us with.
Little DeeSaa has “new eyes,” and although they’re not perfect, they have greatly improved her life.
Every day is a new adventure! But thankfully most days don’t require so much patience.