About 19 months ago, we crafted a "pre-field plan" that was a basic timetable of our leaving for the field. It had entries for December, 2012 (complete studies at GIAL - DONE!) and January, 2013. The January entry was "Depart for Language Study in France." Well, it's February and we haven't left yet. So why are we still in Lynchburg?
We have no doubts that we are called to do this work of ethnomusicology and arts in Cameroon.
We are here, practically speaking, because we are lacking 15% of our monthly support, and we need some special gifts for one-time costs overseas. But God owns 'the cattle on a thousand hills' - everything is His! Knowing that God will abundantly supply when necessary, we believe we are still here for other purposes.
Lori's dad is very sick. He has kidney failure, dementia, and is very weak. But because we are here, we are able to help him and Lori's mom. What a blessing! Please pray for the Rundles in this difficult time.
Because we are here, we are able to continue to be the ambassadors for the Bibleless. We get to share our story of how God called us, ordinary people, do to an extraordinary thing. We get to spend time with friends and family that we would not have had time to see and encourage otherwise.
|This friendly horse decided to join us in a picture as we were doing some video shooting this week.|
|The Grant family: Jamie & Rachael with Amelia, Anna, Andrew, and Abigail|
We are READY. Help us go!