Dear brothers and sisters,
Greetings to you in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus!
I am sorry for not being able to communicate with you for several weeks now. The main reason is my computer has been acting up because some virus got the best of it. I pray that this up-date finds you doing very well in the Lord.
At Living Water, we have a lot of things to be thankful for. We want to draw your attention to a few of them. We are thankful for mission teams who go to Living Water to serve our people; to work side by side with us and doing it like true members of the family of God. Thanks to all the teams who have already gone so far in 2013, and thanks for those who are getting ready to go this month.We thank God because after 10 years, the library of the school is finally open. We have a long way to go still. We need a lot more books and there are furniture that we don’t have yet at the library, but we are progressing. Thanks to our brothers and sisters in Kenai; thanks for Les and Lesly from Middletown and others who have donated funds to make such progress possible. May God bless you for us.
We thank God for those who, at Living Water, serve tirelessly for the glory of God. Many people have given themselves for the progress of the ministry there whether in preaching, teaching, leading in worship and in other administrative aspects. We pray blessings on those people and we pray that God will lead them each and every day.Now I am in Alaska, the last leg of this trip. I thank God for all those who have hosted me. I thank God for Ken and Pat Croll, for Joe and Karen Hahn, for Calvin and Angie Steinke, for Cody and Melissa McDaniels, for Curtis and Debbie McDaniels, for Paul and Karen Green and every one who has fed me those delicious and mouth watering meals. Everywhere I have been you have made me felt that I belong to the family. Thanks.
You are some of the reasons that we thank God. Thanks for partnering with us in the spreading of the gospel.
Salonique Adolphe and team