So, the parts apparently left Alaska at 6:05 am Monday, Philippine time. So that's good news. They should arrive in Manila this evening and hopefully will get through customs quickly! As time goes on more people need their supplies and SIL continues to fly for us-- a wonderful blessing!
This morning Garry took the load out to the hangar and helped Ken load and get going. A family who has been in town for several months is moving back to their tribal location. This is the location I mentioned earlier where the people have not been interested in the Gospel. Please keep praying for these people to see their need and begin to seek God. Pray also for our missionaries, that they would continue to experience God's grace, wisdom, and strength. These days they are making small books out of the lessons they've taught as well as Bible translation. God's Word is powerful and we pray for breakthrough in this community.
Tomorrow Garry plans to take the load out again and likely head into the tribe with Ken as the missionaries would like Garry to look at their lawn mower and a cart that need some repairs.
The boys and I continue with school. This weekend we went to a badminton tournament in a town several hours from here-- yet another cultural experience! On the way someone ran into our car from behind us, so we need to look into getting that fixed also. Thankfully no one was hurt!