Sunday, April 15, 2007

~Our weekend~

"For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us." Romans 8:18~
I was struggling with an infection and was afraid it might be a kidney infection...but I think it's not. I'm feeling better Thank the Lord.
On Friday we walked the mile (pulling our metal cart to carry everything home in)to our closet grocery store and got groceries. Yesterday we went to the fruit and vegetable market and got what we needed for the week. Colombia is blessed with a lot of nice fruits and veggies. Kimberly made bread again by herself, and even kneaded it and put it in the pans, let it rise and BAKED IT while I was taking a nap. Good job Kimberly!
No word from Phillip today. But please keep praying...he should find out tomorrow or Tuesday if we get our visas. Since we have been working on them for 10 months now, it would be nice to get that behind us...BUT GOD KNOWS!!
"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28~

(Us on Christmas Eve at the Becker's house!)


Kimberly N. said...

Glad you did NOT go out today...thankful you are safe and NOT alone....keep encouraged!!

Connie Lavy said...

Heather I am praying with you that the visa's come through for you.
I know it has been a long trial and wait. Keep encouraged!

Beth Dickinson said...

im glad you are feeling a little better. I cant belive Kimberly is old enough to make bread by herself. It seems like she was just born. Time goes by so fast. Love and Miss you all

Anonymous said...

Did I tell you yet how gorgeous that picture is of your family in front of the water fall? IT's just beautiful, like you dearest Sister. I love you, Laura

Anonymous said...

hi heather! nice blog! Love your pictures. We are praying for you all.

Gayle said...

Glad you are feeling better.
We a praying for Phillip.I loved the letter from your moma! That would be Great to have both of you at Camp We would have two of the best cooks in the holiness movement at our camp. I think we need to make this a yearly thing:)
You are a great mom,wife,and friend.
We love you,
Sis E

Tara said...


Thank you for your posts and the encouragement. The little boosts in spirit are refereshing, aren't they? And through blogging of all things!
It certainly seems like you have had your hands full in recent days. I know you will be so glad to have your man home. There's just nothing like it, is there?!
We're still praying for you. May you know God's presence today.


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