I don’t want to write too much about the sermon topics or special presentatons because they will be presented again next week. Let’s just say that excitement is in the air. The Spirit of God is at work. As Ronald said on Tuesday, “There is no person in this place that God doesn’t want to speak to.”
Please pray for Ronald, the team, and the ANU community as we finish this week and head into next week.
On a personal note, I started my doctoral classes at Trevecca tonight. Please, keep me in your prayers as I start this journey.
It may be April Fools’ Day, but it is no joke that we fly back to the United States to begin home assignment in 33 days!
If we are in your area, we would love to share a meal (Papa Angelo’s or elsewhere) or a tea (or an OKC Dodgers game!) with as many as possible. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to meet.
Please pray for our services and other life events, as follows:
Son, Brad, graduates with an MA in International Studies from OU, Norman OK
“Yes, we are sinners. Yes, we do much evil. But despite it all, there persists a fundamental goodness to human nature that can be wrested from the claws of evil, cleansed and transformed into the very likeness of Christ Jesus” (37).
Greg’s latest blog: “Barnabas, the man with the yellow cap” (read it here) Be encouraged, today.