|Home visit with the help of our translator Vijoreen|
It was no coincidence that we had not left for church yet and that we were in that cubicle. Her bantay (companion) was not there, and she had no one to calm her or just be with her. Katelyn and I were able to be her bantays! She was so relieved and happy that we were there. We stayed with her for quite a while, and when she and Baby Sophia Mae were stable, we went back upstairs. We had missed our church service, but God had given us an incredible opportunity to further show His love.
|New friends at a new church|
After sitting upstairs for a while, we remembered that one of our translators had mentioned her church had an English service that started after 12. We texted her, and sure enough, we made it to a Korean church service right down the road. We finished up the day at our Ms’ house for dinner. It was her birthday today! We enjoyed their presence and getting to talk to them about all that had happened this week. We were further encouraged to pray for big things to happen these last two weeks we are here!
Pray for us fervently and all the other NT teams to pour all we have into our time left in our areas!
Emily, Katelyn, and Savannah