Thanksgiving Day

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you, including all our Canadian friends who celebrated Thanksgiving last month!

This is it, the last day of our summer circuit!  We woke to ice, wind, and light snow: it’s time to go home to the Islands.

Please pray for us today as we take a fairly rocking boat across windy seas.  The boat leaves at 2 p.m. Atlantic time (4 hours ahead of Pacific time) and we’ll be on the water for 5 hours.

We wish you all a very happy thanksgiving celebration, remembering most of all the goodness of God to each of us.  This is a really special day for the Adams’ family — thank-you from the bottom of our hearts to all who contributed to make this happen!!

We’ll post island photos tomorrow.

5 Responses to “Thanksgiving Day”

  1. jan Says:

    Rejoicing with you folks! How good the Lord is to each of His own!

  2. Theresa Says:

    Praying for your safe journey. We heard about a storm Nova Scotia had already….brrrrr!

    Looking forward to the photos and your chronicle of winter on the islands.

    Continuing to praise the Lord for His goodness to your family. It gives us hope.

    Blessings,
    Theresa for the Goulds

  3. lynda Says:

    You’ve celebrated Thanksgiving in it’s truest form… but I wonder if you have confused the dates in USA…. Our traditional Thanksgiving day of celebration isn’t until NEXT Thursday. So now there is ANOTHER day of thanksgiving to celebrate.

    So thankful for you, this ministry you share with us and the honor of being part of it with you.

    hugs and blessings

  4. David Yen Says:

    Bon Voyage. Au revoir jusqu’à l’été prochain.

    Dave pour les Yens

    Just trying to help ease you into the French again 😉

  5. Jean Says:

    Yeah!!! God is gracious.
    Love & Blessings, Jean et al

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