Here's pics from the last few days in the lives of your busy missionaries. I think we stay more busy here in the USA as full time Faith missionaries...than we did on the field. Phillip is constantly preaching new Spanish videos and then editing them and publishing them to put on line for our people on the fields. These sermons he is doing are very important...for there is a real dearth of Holiness sermons and materials on line for our people to see and from which to learn.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRAYERS FOR OUR SPANISH REVIVAL IN INDIANA!
GOD REALLY HELPED US!!
THE LAST SERVICE LASTED FOR 5 HOURS!!!
There were seekers at the altar at least twice that night, testimonies, singing, preaching and a real sense of GOD'S SWEET PRESENCE!!!
~Phillip preaching the first night in Anderson.~
"Babies holding babies."
Abigail LOVES to hold baby Eily...which is nearly as big as she is.~
~PIANO RECITAL AT GBS~~Mrs. Martha Miller and Mary~
~Mrs. Martha left Kimberly and Sarah's song titles in Spanish...since they played music that their Argentine teacher had given them. It made Kimberly and Sarah soooo happy.~
~Enjoying the Juan Valdez coffee from Colombia that one of our dear friends sent back with Phillip and Sarah!~
~OUT TO EAT TO CELEBRATE THAT GOD HAS
CALLED US TO BE CAREFUL SERVANTS / MISSIONARIES FOR HIM!~
Each year we take our family out to an International restaurant to celebrate God's calling on our lives. Phillip reminds us of the seriousness of this calling and we reflect on days gone by as well. This year we took the kids to a Chinese Buffet. It was yummy!~
~Sour cream scones...a Treat I made for my family~
Sarah and Bethany playing their Ukulele's.~
~REMINISCING with old PHOTOS!~~Sweet pics of my sweetheart when he was a tiny lad.~
~Dad D. 1965 Top row, 2nd from left.
~Dad in the Navy~
~Dad and Mom's wedding pic~
~Dad and Mom D.~
~Meanwhile...on our little Farm~
~ORGANIZING AND~At the Spanish revival Stephanie told me that her sis-in-law had told her that the average American household has over 300,000 things. Her sis-in-law challenged them to get rid of 2018 things during 2018!
THROWING THINGS OUT DONATING THINGS~
So, our family minus Abigail is taking that challenge. If we each get rid of 288 things that will be 2018.
I had so much fun sorting my closet and getting rid of things!!! So rewarding!!! As I get time, I have been going through each section of our house, sorting and getting rid of things!!
Donating things to Peru and others.~
~With Starbucks and Gigi's cupcakes~
~Nice reception afterwords.~
~COMPANY FOR DINNER~
It was so fun to have our good friends David and Kelly Stamper over for supper on Tuesday night. On the day they were to come over...this popped up on FB from when David came and visited us 3 years ago in Argentina. :-) ~
~Their Karra brought us these beautiful flowers!!~
Since we home school...It makes it sooo nice for a "PE" break where they have fun and get exercise too! Even we "big kids" use it. :-) ~
My skirt with soft yellow roses was sent to me by our Pastor Alberto and Sis. Alba in Colombia. They made it.
And they're off!!! Kimberly and Sarah were DELIGHTED to go stay a few days with Grandma ...while Grandpa works with his brother-in-law. #drivingdaddysworkvan
(That was Mary's words about her and Abigail's outfits for church last Wednesday night.)
~We Had to stop by the mall before church. Cousin Bryan was with us.
I heard Abigail ask cousin Bryan,
"Do you want to hold my hand?" :-) ~
~ICE CREAM TIME!~