Thursday, February 22, 2007

February newsletter

We have just completed our itineration in the California – Pacific Annual Conference. We also made a visit to Church of the Wayfarer, a new church, in Carmel. It was nice to have a break from snow in Denver but some of the cold weather followed us as California had freezing temperatures also destroying many crops!!! We were able to sneak a day at Disney Land and Sea World! We had a quick time in Hawaii speaking and also enjoying the ocean. They had some serious wind while we were there, so we felt that the bad weather followed us everywhere!! Throughout our itineration we have been blessed to see so much of our beautiful country. We have also been touched by the beauty of the lives of so many wonderful people in the churches we visited. Indeed we are very spoiled as God’s children. Congo continues to struggle as they come out of this war period and try to get back on tract. President Kabila is trying to forge the way. Please keep him in prayers and those voted in for the new government. The University and Seminary continue classes. It has been a hard time after the death of Dr. Munene. Dr. Kongolo has now become the Dean of Academics as well as the Seminary and others are taking on more hats to keep the ship afloat. Please pray for them and the all the students. Our packing begins and getting correspondence completed. We had the joy of being a complete family as Amber came for a couple of days. She continues at Children’s Hospital in Seattle. Andrew is looking at going to work in Australia. Jeff and Michelle remain in Denver.


  • The Congo and President Kabila
  • Mulungwishi and the ministry there
  • Our Family and the preparation and travel ahead

Again we want to express how much your prayers and support means to us. Thank you so much and we ask the Lord’s blessing on your ministries.

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