I sent out an August missions report to supporters in PDF format, one-page, basically a summary of what has already been posted here on the site, so I’m not going to bother to post this. If you’d like a copy of it, let me know and I’ll be glad to send it to you.
Now for some new items.
Yesterday I was given an air conditioner for the office. The folks next door, at the music school, replaced their old model and gave it to me. It needs a few items, some cleaning up, and I’ll have to get a frame for it to fit in the window. On my to-do list for when I get back from the U.S.
Antonio, a brother in Christ from Presidente Prudente, other side of the state, has been made manager of a branch bank in Taubate. He must go through a three-month trial period. Until then, he’s leaving his family in their city–goes back apparently on weekends–, but he came Sunday to church. The evangelist in PP said he’s qualified to teach and preach. So if his work pans out, the Lord will provide us another worker for the field in Taubate. Antonio said Sunday he’s been here for one month.
Yesterday, the city published an alert when humidity here fell to 29% around 3 p.m. No wonder I felt drained around that time.
On Twitter today I wrote: “The proper response to hard times is to do more, not less. True for individual saints and churches.”