Touching so many lives
This trip is going so fast. This morning we started early, with the widow rice distribution. Our hearts were so touched. It was a blessing to see our boys take full responsibility. From there we went to the Seyon Hope Home to take photos, gather information and do updates. They have 4 new children. 19 people live in this house. I am glad it is big. After that we met with the countless numbers lined up to give their thanks and appreciation, or come with a request for help.
Karen Aerssen did a most amazing job of teaching Business Courses to our college and university students. They could not get enough.
Carol Jones and myself have visited many of the schools in Monrovia. We are getting all the information so our graduates can make the best choices after highschool. Carol has such a compassionate heart!
Tim Moores is outstanding. Tonight he is spending the night over with the boys. He is born for this! I know he’ll be back. They just love him. Last night Tim had a computer school at our Guest House. We came with 4 lap tops, and a printer, so he was showing many of the boys how to work them, doing excel spreadsheets etc. They were thrilled.
Many, many, many needy people….
So many broken lives……
God give us wisdom, as we journey on…..and thank you for the marvellous opportunity, to walk with you among the poor…it is so obvious that you are here with them.
Thank you for your prayers,
Karen, and the team in Liberia
January 20, 2009 @ 2:49 pm
I love reading your update, made me warm inside as I read. I had just come to check on your trip. Praying for you and your team and the lives you come into contact with. God be with yous~