|Note: 12,000 miles not driven on motorcycle|
After 12,000 miles of driving in the car we realized yesterday that we actually could have made it to Indonesia...but they still have yet to put that bridge in. As we finally settle in back here in Vancouver, more than ever am I genuinely thankful for everything that people have done and are doing for us. As we prepare to bring Gracie into the world and go to serve the people of Indonesia we cannot do it alone, so we thank you for your support no matter what role you have played. Also, the fact that we arrived back here to Vancouver safely is a blessing considering all the miles of road we covered with baby in womb. As you might imagine the bathroom stops were frequent, but being with the most beautiful girl (soon to be two) on the planet made for some memories I will never forget.
Yesterday after church we moved all of our possessions from a friends garage in Hillsboro to the home of our friend in Vancouver. Here we will sort, pack, and inventory our belongings preparing them to be put in the crates that I will make. After the crates are constructed and filled they will await shipment to Indonesia.
Please pray for Nan. As I write this she has got some kind of a bug that has made her pretty sick. Please continue to pray about what your role may be as we look for prayer and financial partners.
Recently we have been meditating on Acts 20:24...
"But my life is worth nothing to me unless I use it for finishing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesus—the work of telling others the Good News about the wonderful grace of God."