Monthly Archives: November 2014

Great Days, Keys & Mosquitoes

Our team has had great days of work here so far. We have one more day of work in villages. The pastor conference finished well. About 100 people attended, all in different stages of leadership. Rock Kendrick and Casey saw about 100 people over two days at the small medical camp adjacent to training facility.

Yesterday we went to a remote village outside Sitapur. The good news was shared with a ever-swelling number of people. The village was very welcoming and accommodating. We had one issue though: the driver locked our keys in the car and darkness was soon approaching. I had to go old school with a coat hanger and pull the lock. That was a hard task since I had a pressing crowd around me, many of which had great ideas as to what to do and wanted to tell me in Hindi. I smiled and reminded them in piglatin they have never done this before. Our journey back to the facility was delayed, but safe. We even beat the mosquito invasion that comes out at dusk.

Good nights rest last night and am looking forward to our last day in the villages.



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It’s Happening In India

We are doing well. We leave today to go worship at the church in Sitapur. We visited two villages yesterday and shared with those in the villages the good news. We were well received. Tomorrow we begin two days of pastoral seminars. We will then spend two more days visiting villages. Casey and Rock are doing well, each contributing to the time of outreach.

The new vehicle is awesome and still looks new despite super-heavy traffic yesterday and several near misses with cars, trucks, people and cows. No worries, just everyday occurrences on the streets of India.

Please continue to pray for our team.


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