From Lolita this morning after I shared that the Lord was providing overnight while we were asleep.
“Dear, dear friends! We are so grateful and overwhelmed! I’ll write more later. At the moment I’m sitting on the side of the road. I was fifteen minutes from the place where I needed to deliver my van load of blankets and supplies and my van died. I am 3 hours from home. Please pray that I’ll know what to do!”
Thanks to all of you you are helping to lift up their hands during this time! Please continue to pray that they will have strength for each moment, and that they will be provided a reliable van to do this mission that they are called to do at this time.
We seek to be a vessel, an outpouring of God’s love, to bring the good news to the afflicted, to bind up the broken hearted, to set the captive free, to comfort those who mourn, and to bring the oil of gladness and the mantle of praise to all that we meet and serve.
We undertake our mission through our outreach of ministering to the spirit, mind, and body, whether it be in renewal through silent retreat and prayer at WaterBrooks, through encouraging those with deafness and other physical challenges at Kennels of Levi, or through meeting the needs of our brothers and sisters among the homeless with Operation Silent Night.
We strive to fulfill our mission, not through our own might and power, but by resting on the firm guiding hand of faith in God’s providence, provisions and promises…for what He has started, He will so complete.
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