Weekly Mind Dump: Back Home

✪ We are back home in China. I thank the Lord for each opportunity that He allows us to have here in China. We don’t know what the future holds, and we can’t plan things on a calendar like you normally would, but we take each day at a time trusting Him.

✪ When we got back to China, there were two guys there to meet us and help with our stuff and get a van for us. Then we went back to our house, and a lady from the church had dinner made for us. We are blessed!

✪ I was at the new church building today (they the church rented after the police came) and was working there. As I was walking around outside I realized that we share a building with a Buddhist idol shop. Pray we can give them the gospel.

✪ The churches seem to be doing good. They are down numerically, but my time away has seemed to grow the core group of people who have attended over the summer.

✪ I preached on Sunday morning and evening. I was surprised at how much Chinese just came back to me. It was like I didn’t even miss a beat.

✪ NEW Exit Interview: Ty & Rebecca – Exit Interview 011 (HD) – I simply turn on the camera and ask questions to hear their reaction to everything that they experienced during their time in China.

✪ NEW Exit Interview: Austin – Pastor Interview 012 (HD) – During my time in the States I was able to interview Pastor Austin about his experiences with China and why he encourages a wise forwardness in ministry there.

✪ Sorry I haven’t put out more blog post, besides the weekly mind dumps, but with all the traveling I haven’t had time to sit down and write. I have several ideas half-worked on and will be getting to them in the future.

✪ Being back feels…normal. Being in America didn’t feel normal. It is hard to explain. But I am ready to do more than ever. Oh, Lord, use me!

✪ There are three families raising support now to come to China. Hopefully, two of the three families will be moving here next year. Please pray for them as they raise their support! (Our two friends who were kicked out, tried to get back in, but to no avail.)

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