Tuesday, May 18, 2010

I'm home!!

It's great to be with my family again for a couple days before serving down in Croatia for the summer. We got to attend a wedding of a close friend of ours on Sunday (which is why we're all dressed up!).

On Wednesday the 26th I will head down to Vienna to meet up with the rest of the Croatia team, and then we will participate in the "Amazing Race" to get back to the Malenovice training center. I am very excited to meet everyone and get this summer rolling!

An incredible answer to prayer has been your generosity in supporting me this summer. I am at full financial support! It is such a blessing and I am giving much praise to the Lord! Thank you.

Please continue supporting me and our whole team through prayer during these next months - you are an essential part in the fruitfulness of this ministry. Please check back regularly for news, pictures, and prayer requests!

Also, please be praying for my dad. A couple weeks ago doctors found out he has a faulty heart valve, and they would need to repair it through open-heart surgery. That day is today. The operation will take about four hours, and although the surgery has a 99% success rate, it is still crazy. Please be especially praying for his recovery, which will not be easy. But I am so glad that the Lord allowed me to be here when this happens. He's definitely got it all under control!


Alice Robbins said...

I am so glad that you are here for your family and that you are going to be an intern this summer!!! I guess you would prefer the beaches of down south than the rain of Poland! ;) I hope to just say "hi" to you this summer, although I am not sure when that could be. This will be my first year that I will not be at intern training. We have a group from Colorado Christian University that we are hosting at the same time.
Take care and know that you are being prayed for !
Alice :)

Mike France said...

So what kind of grades did you get in your first year at Moody? I just wanted to see if you take more after your Mom and Dad or your Uncle Mike...ha, ha!!!