I was thankful to see the kids playing safely and listening to the lives of the other adult workers. However, at the end when parents are picking up their zombie like youth, I was able to share about my Savior to a parent! I love it when you can tell that many things fell into place for that conversation to happen. May God continue to work in her heart and bring joy and freedom that only Jesus can do.
|AT THE TOP!|
After a few hours of very interrupted nap-time, James and I headed out for our mountain. We didn't know who would join us. But, with the 43 degree weather with clear skies and no wind, it was going to be dreamy. Yes, it is a mountain, but with the 20 other people we met on the hike (only 2 people we came across that one person in our group didn't know)-I LOVE SMALL TOWNS. Second, it should of been an advertising campaign for Kahtoolas. Only two people (including kids) were not wearing them.
The hike was so perfect, I was in my T-SHIRT and sunglasses. Great friends made the hike even better. I love enjoying the outdoors with others. (even Annie ran up as far and as fast as she could in 20 minutes) She got a late start.
Another God appointment happened near the top. We ran into Bill Pagaran from Carry the Cure. He asked James if there was anyone in Lazy Mt. Bible Church who would go on the mission journey for the epic journey to "Carry the Cure" of hope to the villages. The person needs to love the Lord, prayer, and willing to help the set up/take down for the intense schedule. They do a suicide prevention program in the local school, then in the evening present a concert and testimony by Bill (a native) to the village which brings the Good News! I was raising my hand! Pick me!!
So, if you could, please pray with us as I seek His Face to see if this is what the Lord wants me to partner with during the Iditarod to reach the villages with His Good News.
Thanks for praying. I guess starting your day at 3:30 am make it a long day full of BLESSINGS!