Monday, May 28, 2007

Hello from good ole Cambodia

Hello to everyone! We have been really swamped lately and have not had much time for blogging. But just in case you thought something was wrong we have included a few recent pictures of us as proof that we are doing well. Enjoy!

God Bless,
Bill and Jennifer

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Our 1987 Toyota Camry

We are happy to tell you that we have successfully acquired a car to drive around in. The best feature is the air conditioner! It is an old car but it still runs good and will be much better for Jennifer and the baby than the moto. Thank the Lord and those who have helped with gifts.

The rains have really started coming down now. For the past week it has rained everyday. The roads are getting really messy. But we are glad to see some cooler days. Jennifer and I are doing well. Jennifer had a checkup the other day at the SOS clinic in Phnom Penh. The Doc says she is doing well and we were able to listen again to the baby's tiny heart beat. It is truly an amazing thing! Please continue to pray for Jennifer and the baby.

God Bless,

Monday, May 7, 2007

The Baby Begins To Show Itself

Jennifer is now entering her 16th week of pregnancy. Everyone has been clamoring for a picture of her growing belly. So here it is… enjoy. She is doing really well.

We both continue to feel the Lord’s blessing upon us. No doubt we also sense your prayers for us. Thank you for your faithfulness in prayer.

We press on to that great destination of Holiness and Godliness. This is our goal in Cambodia… to discipline ourselves for the purpose of Godliness (1 Timothy 4:7) and to teach others to do the same. To read the Word of God daily, to pray without ceasing, to be faithful in attending public worship, to receive communion, to share the Gospel in the community. It is a most difficult task but one that in the end will yield its good fruit.

God Bless You All,

“I must take care above all that I cultivate communion with Christ, for though that can never be the basis of my peace—mark that—yet it will be the channel of it.” – Spurgeon