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The Philippines Day Four

October 3, 2011

Today I met Darin one of the professors here who teach New Testament in the College. I was given his name by a friend from Michigan who knew him as a child when she was a missionary living in Belgium, preparing to go to Africa with her new husband. What a small world it turns out to be where you can go half way around the world and meet a connection to home.

The missionaries here who has arranged for a Our work and witness team at the Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS) are Jason Courtney who lives here with his Wife, Karen, daughters Ella, age 8, Ava, age 6 and Nora Age 4 1/2. They have helped us with anything we need to get the job done as well as arranging for us to meet man of the students and facility.

The Courtney's

We have morning devotionals each day where we hear stories of God’s work in the life of on of the team each day. It is inspiring to hear how God is working in the life of different people.

Our guest for lunch was Pastor Jackson from the Philippines. He is a senior here at Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS). He told us his story of how he ended up at APNTS and his plans for the future when he graduates to go out and minister for the Lord.

We did not get the material to work on the New Life Mission Center (NLMC). This is a building where future Work & Witness teams will be housed. We were given the project to complete the electrical by installing plugs and switches and some sinks. I worked all day in the Cobb center with a team hanging drywall. We put up two walls to the ceiling and started on drywalling support pillars in the center of the building.

Hanging Drywall from a Scaffolding

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  1. Bev permalink
    November 4, 2011 11:16 am

    Hi Lee-
    So great to hear about your ministry. What a blessing ! I’m so glad that the world is benefiting from God’s love through you. In so many places ! Wow ! You are are in our prayers for continued good health.

    Last month, a friend of Mike and Lisa Nicolai’s who is a Bible Translator for Wycliffe came to Liberty, gave a class and spoke. It was nice to hear of his work.
    God Bless You !
    Pastor Bev

    • November 4, 2011 4:44 pm

      Thanks for you support and prayers. I will be back in AZ in Dec. but I am moving west to
      Tonapauh so I will not be attending Liberty Church but I will make it a point of come visit at least once.
      Lee

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