Sunday, March 29, 2009
We had a wonderful time in St Michel. It was even more fun than usual! I'm not sure why? Maybe it was being in company of good friends? Maybe it was good times of prayer and fellowship? Maybe it was having the author and an actor of the new film (which we showed) along? We showed films at three different locations, during three nights. One person accepted Jesus as their personal savior! We had 2 flat tires. Apparently it's time to replace some tires on my truck!
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
No doubt this was the first time they were ever in a motor boat. They got a special thrill out of going fast and turning back around to bounce over our own wake. This is something they can't do with their dug-outs!
On Saturday, we took a trip up the river seeing how close we could get to the Dominican Republic. We were tracking our progress with a GPS. When we stopped for lunch, I looked for the GPS so I could mark our position, but it was gone! In thinking back, we tried to remember when I last looked at it, and when (and where) we could have lost it. The last I remembered of seeing it was about 20 minutes down river, when it was getting splashed, and I put it in a plastic bag with some small bananas. The bag with bananas was also missing! We went back down river and looked at two possible places where we changed seating positions and could have knocked the bananas and GPS into the river. At the second place, there in a branch, we found a bag with some bananas in it. Unfortunately the GPS was not there. We prayed and shortly late, we found the GPS in the river downstream not far from the bananas. Praise the Lord for his miraculous answer to prayer!
Satellite image of where we were at (Roche Mulatre)
and where we went (Savan Pedi)
Monday, March 16, 2009
Last weekend, we had a very nice time of ministry at Roche Mulatre, which is located up lake Peligre about 5 miles from the dam. We showed films both Friday and Saturday nights, with as many as 500 in attendance the second night. We traveled to this site by boat. In the past we traveled by dug out log, but this year my friend Jimmie took us up there in his motor boat. We had a lot of fun, and a wonderful time of ministry.
Amphitheatre at Roche Mulatre
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Last weekend when I was at Savan Round, there were 16 children and youth who made a decision to accept Jesus as their personal savior.
New believers at church the next morning.
Please pray for them as they all grow in their new relationship.