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October Skies

One evening last week, I noticed Tim happily running around the house with our camera. Pretty dramatic sunset, huh?“The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork. Day to day pours out speech, and night to night reveals knowledge.” Psalm 19:1-2

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Sweet Fellowship

Sisters from Momaia

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Sorry that posts have been a little thin lately. I think I was saving all my words for the women’s Bible study (pictured above) which took place this past Sunday. Our subject this time? “Athaliah and the Day God’s Promise Seemed to Hang by a Thread,” which covered the day Queen Athaliah of Judah massacred all the remaining children in the Davidic line, but one. Preparing that took a lot out of me, but it put even more back in! The main idea was that God’s saving purposes never fail and that we can trust in Him to fulfill his promises even when things look the bleakest and most unpromising for His Kingdom work. I know, huh? Great encouragement for my own heart and very timely.

Another sweet blessing of the day was the unexpected visit of eleven ladies from a community of Rromi, in the village of Momaia, sisters in the Lord. They had been invited and transported by a couple in our church, John and Cheryl who minister to them full time. Granted, there was the odd crying baby or snoring chlld that punctuated the study, but the enthusiasm and responsiveness of the ladies, in spite of their unfamiliarity with the Old Testament made teaching such a joy. They seemed so eager to apply what they learned. And now that they have tasted what it is like, they even said they want to start having women’s Bible studies back home in their village too. Maybe sometime we will get to go out to Momaia and join them.

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Proven Worth

 

“For I have no one else of kindred spirit…but you know of his proven worth, that he served with me in the furtherance of the gospel like a child serving his father.” That was Paul speaking of Timothy..but by changing the pronouns we could say the same of any one of our three ministry workers, Ovidiu and Angi Pandurasu or Anca Potoroaca. That’s why we were so dismayed (more…)

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