MFI East Coast Conference
There’s lots of movement going on here today as we are revving up for another departure for the States. Suitcases will be semi-packed by the end of the day with clothes for cooler weather (what is that?), and we’ll be tying up loose ends here in Haiti. The MFI East Coast Conference begins on Monday, October 14th in Reston, Virginia. We’re looking forward to hearing what the Lord has in store for us as well as enjoying the fellowship of many friends in the ministry.
Friday morning, we’ll take off from Cap-Haitian early and arrive in Fayetteville, North Carolina, in the late afternoon. We’ll have just enough time to visit with Prit’s folks, unpack and repack, then take off for our 8-hour trip to Reston, Virginia, on Saturday morning.
Sunday morning, Prit and I are excited to be sharing at the Ekklesia-USA Church in Reston, Virginia. We visited Pastor Carlos and Miriam Peñaloza’s church the last time we were in Reston and were greatly impressed. What a beautiful congregation! If you get a chance to come and be a part of their service, you will not be disappointed. Get ready, however, for some lively and dynamic worship. Ekklesia-USA will host the MFI Conference-East as well.
We ask your prayers for us as we travel. I’m sure much intercession will be offered up during the conference for our nation’s capital. Reston is a suburb of Washington, D.C. We realize this will be a very pivotal time on many levels as we come together and implore God to break through this confusion over our country.
We’re praying for you to have safe travels and a time of refreshing as you visit with your ministry brothers and sisters. We’ll be joining you all in prayer for our nation.
Hope you get to visit with your children some. That’s always refreshing! Love you guys!
Thank you, Donna! I just saw this note. We’re back in F-ville & gearing up to return to Haiti. We did have a great time. It was awesome Wed. when Deb & her fiancé drove over from WV & spent the afternoon with us. We had the whole family together. Of course, it ended all too quickly!