When doubts filled my mind, your comfort gave me renewed hope and cheer. Psalm 94:19 NLT
It is less than a month away from our time of traveling to Florida for the Ethnos360 Connection Center Prefield Orientation (PFO). We are grateful for the prayers over the past months for associate support missionaries. Officially there will be 18 new associate members attending PFO. It would have been nice to have had twenty in attendance, but we are grateful for the number that will be in Sanford this June.
Out of our current group for PFO there are Educators, an ICT Professional, Administrators, Maintenance Personnel, Guest House Managers, a Librarian, and a Medical Professional. Some will be serving in the USA and others will be going to Mexico, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea. Please pray for them as many are currently in the process of raising their support.
Sometimes, as we know, the unexpected happens. In April, Diann had been experiencing some chest pain and back pain which resulted in going to an urgent care clinic to get some help. We are glad we did. At the clinic we were directed to go immediately to Kadlec Hospital in Richland. There It was found out that there was a coronary artery which was 99% blocked. The doctors placed a stent in the artery and after 3 days in the hospital Diann was discharged. We are thankful for the highly professional staff at Kadlec. Friendly and efficient in their responsibilities. We thank the Lord for the way everything worked out as the situation could potentially have been much worse. Please do pray for Diann as she works through her rehabilitation program in the weeks ahead. She is doing well!
Thank you for your prayers for us, the Connection Center team and the worldwide work of Ethnos360.
Please click on the following link and be encouraged as you see and hear about the Lord’s work in the Dinangat people group.
May you be experiencing the amazing sufficiency of the Lord as we continue into spring!
In His service,
Dave and Diann
Ethnos360 Connection Center