Sunday, October 29, 2006

Welcome back New Jersey

Here they are the last time they were here, just a few weeks ago. Four of them returned this evening and we are so excited to see them again! It's like family coming back! Their flight was a bit rough but they made it and are getting busy with the settling in and food preparations for tomorrow.

They will be starting a new project for us tomorrow. It's one with ministry as the first priority. Rosemary cares full time for her terminally ill mother and can in no way rebuild their home. She can't even do the cleanup process, which is where this team will come in. Pastor Mike is with the team -- another appointment from God! Be sure and stay tuned as there are bound to be blessings flowing back and forth on this job all week long!

Monty spent the biggest part of his day underneath the truck again. He made real progress today -- the new fuel tank is now on the truck. There is still quite a bit of work to be done in reattaching the hitch and wrapping up all the details. The prayer now is that is doesn't leak!

I spent most of the afternoon trying to better organize the hundreds of photos we have. They are all in folders on the computer and sometimes get downloaded without the proper explanation as to who and what they are. It took hours but I think I got it! Atleast I can figure out who was where now.

We are looking forward to the arrival of our team from Iowa tomorrow evening. Please pray for safe travel for them as they are driving. They will be divided into two teams and each will also be starting a new project. Should be an eventful week, to say the least!

Don't forget to email for your FREE copy of the DVD made by Convoy of Hope. All you do is email Convoy at and they will send you one free of charge. Also remember that the last 3 women that they interview are homes where our teams worked and blessed the households. It's an amazing testimony of what has been done and what still needs to be done! I think it will really be an eye opener to alot of people! Get yours today and show it to your congregation, family or whoever! Then see about putting a team of volunteers together and coming down. January is wide open just waiting for YOU! Remember -- without the volunteers this rebuilding of lives and homes will stop! We need you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Until tomorrow .... Susan and Monty

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