Redeemer Garage Sale – Huge Success!

My Redeemer family is AWESOME! The congregation put on a huge garage sale and raised over $5,200! So many people came together and prayed, donated items, spent hours and hours setting up and pricing things, and just worked so hard to make the sale such a huge success. There was everything you could imagine: toys, furniture, antiques, china, crystal, clothing, a piano, a telescope, office desks, golf clubs, appliances, and lots more. What a team!

As Paul wrote to the Philippians, “I thank my God every time I remember you…I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel…”

Fruitful visit to St. Bart’s!

What a blessing it was to visit St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church in Tonawanda, NY – except for the super cold weather! Praise the Lord that He is sending this Florida girl to the equator and not Siberia!

The congregation was so welcoming and interested in missions in Uganda and Kenya. It was a joy to meet and talk with them, and I was very encouraged by their well wishes and offers of prayer. And, check out the updated funding goals on the right side of the blog.

Thank you, St. Bart’s, and may the Lord continue to fill you with His Spirit and pour his blessing upon you so that you may always be a blessing to others.

Invitation to speak at St. Bart’s

God is good – all the time! Today I received an invitation to speak at St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church in Tonawanda, NY (near Niagra Falls) on December 13th – at all 3 services! Hopefully this girl raised in south Florida, and headed to Uganda, won’t freeze to death.
Please pray that God will be glorified in my presentation, that I can articulate the ministry with clarity and passion, and there will be new partners in mission. To God be the glory!

Two pieces of furniture sold!

Last Saturday I sold an antique rocking chair and today my antique wash stand went to a new home. Thank you, Lord! Now, if I can just sell the large highback sideboard, a couple of other small furniture items, and find a home for the cats. Please be praying, and thanks for following along as I prepare to go to Uganda.