Dear brothers and sisters,
Greetings to you in His name!
First of all I want to wish all of you a Merry Christmas. May we all have more Christ in our lives as 2012 is folding and 2013 is arriving. Yesterday we had Spirit-filled worship in all our services in the morning. The youth put on their Christmas show in the evening. Tonight the youth in our four month old White Mountain church will have their own Christmas show. I hope to be there. We are grateful to Jesus for demonstrating such love toward us all.
Living Water is doing well. The enemy will not stop trying, we know that. Thankfully Our God cannot be taken by surprise so the enemy will continue to be frustrated.Work on the Guest House continues. The clinic is now open for full time service to the community starting last Monday.
The preacher at our White Mountain church, Caceus, got married last Saturday. It was a very big affair with a three and half hour wedding ceremony. The new couple is living on the same street with the new church. They are our missionaries to that community.
The water reservoir has not been completed yet at White Mountain. I did not know that there were so many facets to that project. But we are closer to finish it every day.
We are still waiting for the arrival of the medical equipment. Our shipper promised this time that they would arrive this past weekend. I will check on that in a few minutes.For December we had only one team of five members. They were here from Dec. 5th thru 12th. They did an incredible job in that short week. They built shelves for the pharmacy at the clinic. They provided the funds for the tile for the first floor which is extremely nice. Cody preached in the morning at our soon to be 10 year old church and in the evening at our 4 months old one. Dr. Debbie saw a number of patients. One of them needed a surgery that she performed. They did other miscellaneous work while with us. They long to seeing the tile on the second floor as well.
My friends, brothers and sisters, may God shower His special blessings on you this Christmas and may our gift to Him be ourselves.
Yours with Bethlehem in mind,
Salonique Adolphe and team