Thursday, September 18, 2008

I am going crazy



I am losing my mind. Why did I ever think I could do this? See inside of the circle where it says Kigoma? That is where we are going.
My friend Rebeka, while she was living in the refugee camp.My friend Reverend Msoshi Milende. Rebeka's husband inside the church they were building.An old picture of the refugees. Msoshi and Rebeka have been here for 10 years and these are pictures they brought with them.
Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world.......Pray for us. Please.

10 comments:

Therese said...

We continue to pray for your journey! What you are doing is beautiful and self-less! What a beautiful example for others!

Karin @ 6ByHisDesign said...

Not 'crazy,' Gramma.
You're just listening.

I will continue to pray.
I worry about you. But God insists we give up our worry.

His children are beautiful - all around the world.

Anna Rose said...

I am so excited for you!! You are going to have the time of your life. I pray that you will see God’s miracles and that He will show himself greatly to you. I pray that God goes before you to prepare the way and that He directs you in all your ways. I know that you will not only be a blessing to all those you meet there, but that the people there will minister to you as well. I know that you will come back with some of the greatest testimonies of your life that will be able to impact the people you come back to. Aunt Evy; you must be someone special to God for Him to allow you to go and do this great work. Just remember that it is God who will work in you to do His will. All you need to do is get on the plane and pray, God will take care of the rest. I will be praying for you and waiting for the great testimonies to come back with you. I am soo excited for you, be blessed and God be with you.

Anything I can do to help you plan the trip let me know?

Please list anything you’ll be needing for you next blog so that those who read it will be able to help if they can…..


Love ya lots,
Annette Rosebrook

Julie said...

praying that God blesses you and those you meet!

Gramma 2 Many said...

Thanks for your encouragement. Last night my son-in-law asked me to not go. He worries about a plane crash. I explained to him the God already has my days numbered. If I do not make this trip as he has ordained, and my day arrives, it will happen wherever I am. Not going will not keep me alive because God already has his plan for me.
Prayers are still gratefully accepted.

Debbie said...

You can do it. YOu will do it. And You will be blessed as will those you are going to see. And by extension, we will be blessed for witnessing all that HE has in store for you as you go forth in obedience. To Him goes the Glory. God is good.

Rela Pantaleon-Manigsaca said...

Wow, this is less than a month from now!

So exciting to see you join the Lord in His work which He called you to do so.

Will be praying for all of your safety and health, but most of all that He accomplishes His purpose through all of you!

FalkFamily said...

When you first told me of this plan, I was so nervous for you. I was very afraid for you. Now I am just in awe. You are amazing for listening to Him and following Him. Prayers as always. Hugs, too!

lfamily5 said...

Finally made it here...I am praying! What a blessed thing!

Melissa Lester said...

My dad is a minister and the godliest man I know. He stunned his congregation when he returned from a mission trip and responded to the invitation his first church service back home. He said he felt inspired to renew his commitment to God after seeing people who have so little materially so full of love for the Lord. May God bless your time in Africa and open your heart to new joys!

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