These last few months have been overflowing with trials and problems. The electricity issue, health problems, and bad attitudes just to name a few.
The electric issue is still up in the air. We still don’t have a meter and have not been told when to expect it. I have not heard recently what the fees are supposed to be for back bills.
The chicken pox plague is finally over!!! I think. It was followed by a bout of pneumonia with a couple of the little ones, but praise the Lord, they have recovered.(One o’clock in the morning.) The masks only worked if they were sitting up.
The bad attitudes last month were by far the worst I have seen in the year that I have had pre-teens living with us. It was very discouraging and frustrating to deal with, and was almost enough to make a person lose their mind, but I am so glad to see how God used that time to stir up their stagnant hearts. Some that had professed to have Christ admitted to being lost and the Holy Spirit was finally able to work in their hearts. I know of at least three from our house who have made professions of faith recently. I believe the older boys also saw souls saved this month. As Romans says:”All things work together for good to them that love God…”
We hadn’t taken a group photo in almost a year, so here we are up to date. My helper, Yacky is taking the picture. My other helper got reassigned to the older teen girls.
We had some girls from another dorm move in with us this year, and Maria in the top right is a new helper in training. For updated information on my kids, please visit “The Kids” page on this blog.
Please pray for our pastor, Ronnie Doss, as he is in the states because of some health issues.
Happy belated Mother’s day to all the mothers, and happy early Father’s day to the fathers. Don’t take your God given position lightly, and remember that you are just as human as these kids’ parents. The only thing separating your kids from these kids is God’s grace.