We received 3 children whose mother is in the last stages of kidney/renal failure. These cases are so emotionally difficult for the children.

Although I was exhausted I woke up at 4am as normal but without stress or pain. Read, worked and prayed! We began buying the vitamins to take home for the next 6 months. The airlines are charging so much for an extra bag we will just buy ½ of what we need.

Pastor David will be contacting the sponsors of the seniors about their graduation rings.

Dr. Hines met us in Kinder with medicines.

The children ministering to the staff
The children ministering to the staff


Exodus 33:11 “So the Lord spoke to Moses face to face as a man speaks to a friend”. I wish that I could tell you that I am that close to God. Even though I am not that close I can learn so much from what God did with Moses.

In the 300 years following Joseph there were huge changes in Egypt. The Pharaoh who admired Joseph had long died and was succeeded by other pharaohs who were increasingly afraid of the children of God. They multiplied so much that orders were given to kill all the baby boys and you all now the story of Moses being placed in the river by his other and discovered by Pharaoh’s daughter.


As her adopted son Moses received the best education in the world at that time. But he did not learn very much. When he saw an Egyptian abusing a slave he acted without God and made a mess. Pharaoh wants him dead.


So he flees to the Sinai desert where his real education will begin. It was a forty year course on how things work out when you are prideful and think that you can do it without God.


God places most of His children in a desert of sorts. He knows that are prideful and before miracles comes humility.