The Philippines is so impressive! They have a community alarm clock built into their society.
At 3:17AM the first chicken begins to cluck. At 3:18AM I'm awake. At 3:19AM the neighbor's chicken begins to cluck.
At 3:27AM, just ten minutes later, an entire choir of chickens begin to
harmonize the clucking! This continues until about until sunrise. At 5:00AM, I get off my mat and walk outside, where a friend of ours asks if we want to go jogging... how could i say no?
6 kilometers and an hour and a half later we arrive at a basketball
court! SO at about 8AM we got beat in a game of basketball! 9AM we begin to head back to out house! 6 kilometers and an hour and a half later we arrive at our house!
This was the start of my day yesterday! haha It was a lot of fun tho!
I'm just glad these alarm clocks don't exist in Tennessee! :)
Last weeks ministry was so good! Praise God, we got to share with
hundreds of people, and i shared with some older men a bunch, and we got
to baptize two men in the ocean! Such a cool experience! We are going
back the the village on Wednesday, the mayor there is going to cook us goat and boiled bananas! and rice. The goat is going to be
pretty delish!We just arrived at the new village and the
family is so helpful! Still no running water, but at least the rain
catcher is across the street and NOT at the bottom of a mountain again.
KEEP PRAYING! Its so encouraging getting comments and emails
telling me how much support we're getting back home. You guys are the
best! Pray His cloud is going before us and
behind us as we pass through the Red Sea! -1 Corinthians 10. And may we
glorify Him with everything we do!