Leaving New England

We’ve had great meetings during this first week of transition.  On the boat over from the islands, we had the pleasure of spending time with a French couple from Cap-aux-Meules.  It has been our hope and prayer that Jean-Louis (the man of the family) would become an elder in the small church there.  This unexpected chunk of time on the boat to spend with him was a God-ordained meeting.

Friday, we gathered with other families for a Bible study in a home in Maine.  There was excellent teaching and great fellowship. As a result, the discussions around our dinner table have been especially rich in talking about God’s Word. I never imagined how wonderful life with teenagers would be!

Tomorrow will be our last day in New England, and we plan to spend the night in Brattleboro, Vermont.

As for the “George Mueller Report”, all bills are paid, and we are carefully driving our way through the generous gift of a thousand dollars in designated donations for gas costs.


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