The Arrival of the Summer Home

On Monday, the trailer left its sheltered winter home among the protective trees of the next village, and arrived in our driveway for the long preparation phase, a phase which is typically long only in that there is little time to devote to it. 


Our hearts remain  anchored here in the work; today we will visit a musician on the end of the island chain, one of the first people we met upon arriving here years ago. Tomorrow’s meetings are planned for another island, where a man is struggling to come to grips with the call of Jesus upon his life, and to surrender a boat-load of fears. A couple is beginning to contemplate what the Gospel and the truths of God’s Word mean for their family; they are beginning to wrestle with what it means to be in the midst of the culture yet not a product of it, an intensely difficult struggle for many young Quebecois Christians.  We praise God for the hope, the purpose, and the completeness of life we have in Him, and we are immensely grateful that the Lord is making this hope known here to islanders as well.


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