MONDAY, 11/23/20

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” (Psalm 46:1)

Donnie Felps is scheduled to have surgery this morning.  Pray that all goes well.  If it does go well, he will be discharged from the hospital tomorrow.  As is the case now, Donnie will not be allowed to have anyone with him during this time.

Pablo is a faithful attender of not just our Spanish service but of many of our services.  His father-in-law passed from this life over the weekend.  Pray for Pablo’s wife, Virginia, and the family during this time.

Deidra is cooking, cooking and cooking as she is feeding a Thanksgiving meal to many of the folks in Guatemala.  Pray that she can get done all that she wants to get done.

Soy has been working diligently in the mission house changing ceiling fans, changing locks, et cetera.  He has put in many hours on the renovation.  I am grateful.  The “Camp house” looks amazing!

What a different Sunday!  We had technical difficulties with the live stream.  Rhett & Raymond worked really hard to correct those problems but it was not to be.  You can now access the message but I am not so sure you want to – poor job by me!  I do thank God for our volunteers!

I did make a decision yesterday morning while preaching.  If nothing changes to warrant otherwise, I will allow folks into the auditorium this Sunday, 11/29, for the 10:30AM service.  It will remain a preaching only service.  Several folks contacted me about attending this past Sunday but I did not allow that to happen.  Wish now that I had.

The church office is closed all of this week and there will be nothing taking place on our campus this Wednesday, 11/25.

Thank you to those who have contacted me asking about Lisa and Gina.  Gina is doing really well.  As a matter of fact, I am of the opinion that she had a “false” positive.  I could be wrong.  I am very grateful that she is doing well.  Thank you for praying.

Lisa has not been as blessed in that regard.  Her oxygen sats have been lower than I would have liked and she has had a slight cough and some body aches.  However, this morning at 4:00AM her oxygen sats were the best they have been since she tested positive so maybe she is on the mend.  Lisa is a good patient.  Thank you for praying!

Keith & Aninha Barrett came to the rescue on Saturday morning with some home remedy stuff.  What a great couple.  Has it helped?  In my opinion, yes!  Thank you Keith & Aninha.  What an awesome couple!

Dana cooked supper on Saturday night, Ann cooked lunch yesterday, Brad & Daphne cooked supper last night.  So, we have been well taken care of on the food front.

The question has come to me frequently, “how are you doing?”  I am doing great.  I am scheduled to lead a team of twelve to Guatemala leaving next Tuesday, 12/1.  Lizzi, Sydney & Audrey are then scheduled to fly home with me on Tuesday, 12/8.  So, please pray for me to get a negative test before the flight on 12/1.  Pray for the other team members to also get negative test results.

Pray for the four or five members of the Friendship family who continue to actively battle the virus.

I pray that you will have a great Monday with Jesus.



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