Thanks for all the good words and prayers for the Uganda trip that you’ve already posted here. Your faith is much appreciated!
Yesterday I was given a gift of Lasik surgery on both my eyes, and this is the first time I’ve ever written for the blog without my glasses. I’m still adjusting…the letters in front of me are dancing around a little, and everything in the world still looks kind of like pictures shot with overdone soft-lens photography. But I’m grateful for the opportunity to get it done, and believe that everything in my vision will become clear in the next few days.
I have so much to tell you tomorrow, particularly about the events of this past Thursday. Plus I’ve got a good word for you…so B ITB!!! Come expecting to hear from the Holy Spirit…and bring a gift or your holy tithe. With all that is going on in the financial world right now, the only sure thing is to lay up treasure in heaven where moth and rust do not corrupt!
We’ll be leaving for Africa after the service, so I hope that you’ll all be there to pray for the team that is going with me. This is the last post that will be up until we return, so here are the names of everyone who is going. Please keep each one in your prayers….
Pastor Henry Baker
Pastors Ernie and Avery Rogers
I’m going to officially put the blog on hold around midnight tonight, so if you want to post something, go ahead and do it now. Everything will be up and running again on or around the 29th or 30th.
I love you all very much.