April - June Update
Dear Friends and Family,
This school year is finally winding down. Finals are over; the campus is cleaned up and the kids have celebrated the end of school. We still have to compile grades, but the big work is done and we are grateful for the chance to rest a little. The Lord has brought us through another term and we are so thankful for His care and help.
Now we are ready to move on to our next adventure–summer break at home! The Lord has graciously provided us with funds to visit home, and Lord willing we will arrive on the glorious Fourth of July in our country where we can be thankful for the freedom to live and work and worship according to the Word of God. We must never underestimate that privilege, but pray and work to keep that freedom until the Lord’s times are accomplished.
We have not determined our whole schedule for the summer. Unless we are invited elsewhere we will be spending most of our time in the Pacific Northwest. If you would like to see pictures and hear stories of our last year and more here, please contact us. We would love to tell you more about what the Lord has done for us and the people of Paruima.
Here is a rough breakdown of our plans so far:
July 6-17: Northern and Central California–this is a family camping trip but we hope to do some visiting, too! July 18-31: Spangle/Spokane, WA August 1-5: Caldwell, Idaho
The rest of our time before we return is flexible. We have some health training we are hoping to do, and Steven has some work lined up, but if you would like to have us visit or spend some time together, please let us know and we will try to work you in. Weekend camping trips or hikes are great options for us! We miss all our friends and hope to do lots of catching up.
We pray you have a restful and joyful Sabbath. Thank you so much for your prayers, support, and encouragement. We could not do this without each of you.
In His service,
Steven, Alice, and Grant Williams
PS: We’re sorry there aren’t any pictures in this update. Our internet service is so slow now that it’s impossible to attach any this time. We hope to send or post pictures in a few weeks when we are back in the States.comments powered by Disqus