Well we come to another week, and another quick update. As I mentioned in an earlier update, I will be posting usually every Wednesday. I will try to keep them short so to make them easier to read.
This past week has gone well. I taught the family bible hour at the church this past sunday. I am reviewing the sections of I corinthians that we covered about two years ago. It has been going well.
Last week I was able to teach at the Prime Time for Campus Crusade. I taught on temptations that are common amongst students. I taught it at Poly-tech last week and will teach the same message at UNAM(university of Namibia) on the 22nd. Please be praying for me as I teach.
The tennis ministry continues to go well. Over the last few weeks I have been able to meet and get to know several students. The aim of this is really to build relationships with the students so to invite them to other ministries on campus. It's been great to sit down with several students and answer questions and give council where wanted.
Julia and Grace are doing well. We are looking forward to a conference this week help by Eastside Baptist church where the speaker is Tedd Tripp. He wrote one of the best books I have read on parenting called "Shepherding a Child's Heart". This has truly been a book that has challenged Julia and I on our parenting concepts. Please pray that God would use this conference in our families. That God would be glorified through our first priority to our kids...parenting!
Julia is doing well with the pregnancy. She is now just tired, and her feet are starting to swell, but she is doing good. She is now 37 weeks along, so all is ready to go. We have a c-section planned for the 24th, so 2 weeks to go. Please pray that all goes smoothly from here. Grace is doing well. She is talking a lot more and is the cutest little girl I know....which adds to my challenge in parenting.:)
Lastly, we just want to thank all those that have supported us this month! We praise the Lord for his amazing provision and Grace. We pray that God would continue to show His grace upon all of you.