Kyle sends this news update in anticipation of World Mission Sunday:
Bety and I send you our greetings and those of the PREDISAN co-workers in Honduras.
Psalm 31 has been a source of guidance in our conversations with God in the past few weeks. We are preparing as a family for the birth of our second little girl in June and rejoice that God has maintained Bety’s health. The heat and intense sun have been tough for her as a pregnant Mom. Mia, our 2 year old daughter, seems very prepared for daily chores including bathing, changing diapers, and giving bottles to her dolls and stuffed animals.
Our city and region struggles through these last few weeks of the dry season; everyone is waiting for the rains of May that will bring new hope for planting, producing, and providing economic relief. The daily activity of PREDISAN’s ministries intercedes in these moments of anxiety by accompanying families and communities in varied ways. Visiting groups in the last few weeks have been instruments used by God to touch local families through surgical procedures, participation in school programs, and the construction of home projects for needy community leaders.
Having worked closely with the scholarship program in the last few months, I thank the many Northlake members directly involved in making this act of love available for young students. Daily, we see mothers or dads who have been reached with this program, and who now feel they are a part of the PREDISAN family. Along with the monthly stipend for covering the school costs, we are able to accompany them in addressing some of the physical and spiritual problems they face. They now seek out PREDISAN with the confidence that we are a source for overall wellness.
We look forward to the celebration with you of World Mission Sunday on May 22nd and are always thankful to be part of the Northlake family. Thank you to all who regularly reaches out to us with cards, emails, and FB comments. We send our love and encouragement knowing that our hope is in the same Almighty Lord.
Kyle with kids and parents during the monthly scholars meeting.