Touching the Future

Family Time

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       John, Gabe, Deb, and Sam

It seems like just yesterday since we passed the Welcome to Virginia sign. Prit, John, and I traveled to Reston, Virginia, last week and picked up Gabe as he flew in from Portland to Dulles airport. Then, we headed to West Virginia to see Deb and her family. We had a great time catching up and all too soon we were saying goodbye again. I wish our family gatherings came more often. *Sigh* We had such fun getting reacquainted with Ti Sam again. He sure enjoyed all the attention that was suddenly lavished upon him! We are so grateful for the family time we had together.

Before you know it, we will boarding a plane back to Haiti and another year will be winding up with the reopening of our schools and Bible Institute. But until then, we’ll squeeze every moment of joy that we can from being back in the States. Tomorrow, we travel to Tarboro  where we’ll minister in Rock Church on Sunday and enjoy some great fellowship with longtime friends.

Touching the Future

Having made mention of the Bible institute, we are happy to report that four people have pledged to help our Bible school students with their tuition for the year! We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the supplemental income that will serve to remove a tremendous burden from our shoulders in paying our professors. If others would like to help us train up a “leader in the making”, please consider making a pledge to Rehoboth Ministries and earmarking it Bible School Tuition. For only $20 a month, you can touch the future by financing someone’s education. You didn’t know you could reach out and touch the future, did you?

*Ti Sam is the Haitians’ affectionate way of saying Little Sam

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