Dear Praying friends,

It has been awhile since I wrote – just want you to know that I am doing OK, and praising the Lord for His undertaking in many things.

Yesterday, I walked in the annual Chaplathon… raising $’s for the school chaplains. I thank the Lord that I continue to keep well, and am able to do this. I continue to go out to David and Roxanne’s each week, and walk their three children to school, and I am glad for the opportunity to attend their school assemblies. Early October, Zachariah celebrated his 7th birthday… we have 4 birthdays during November.


I have been involved in some hospital visitation, and am presently helping to plan a ladies’ brunch to be held Nov.21st… and Rhesa will be our speaker. I continue to be involved in helping ladies with their scrap booking, and am part of the pastoral team at the church, too. I had ‘hoped’ to return to PNG this year for a short term but, for now, the Lord seems to have closed the door.

I have no new news of the Owininga. Jason Stuart who has visited from time to time has been unable to visit in there this year. However, they do now have a radio in there, and are able to speak to Jason from time to time when they have questions, and he is able to encourage them in their walk with the Lord.

Brad and Rachel are excited to be involved in the Samaritan Purse Christmas boxes dispersion in Fiji …. Bobby and Rhesa and girls are thankful to have their own home, and regular work. Both Robbie and Raiyah are doing well with their studies. Rhianah was ill from time to time during the winter and got a little behind with her university studies…. She is gradually catching up, and received medication…. Apparently asthma was exacerbating her problems. Raylea is enjoying Bible School.

Bryan and Renee with their 5 keep busy, too. Home schooling, violin, piano and guitar lessons, Tae Kwon Do, gymnastics and on it goes. Sept. 30th, Renee’s birthday, she woke up to snow!!! Looks like they will have a long cold winter up there in Alaska. They are looking forward to Heidi visiting them for Thanksgiving.

I continue to have Gregan here on Tuesday evenings, while Raewyn is working. I am thankful for the opportunity to be with the grandchildren on a regular basis. So as another week begins, and a new month opens, I trust each of you will experience the Lord’s blessing in your lives. Thank you for your fellowship in the gospel.

Love in Him,