Hard to believe, but it’s the final week of our winter term with Parole de Vie! We are studying like crazy for vocabulary, phonetics, oral, and written exams…
But come Thursday or Friday, we will be on a long weekend break! There is a women’s conference at our church this weekend, and Allen is flying to Alaska for a dear friend’s celebration of life service.
Before we share our prayer requests, we want to give an update on Clara’s toe. She had a doctor appointment yesterday where she had more x-rays taken. Praise God, the x-rays showed complete healing and she no longer has to wear a boot. We will keep an eye on her to make sure she is not limping or favoring her foot, but she should be in the clear! Lesson learned: always wear shoes when riding your scooter.
Hudson had an appointment for his arm yesterday, too. He also had more x-rays taken, and sure enough, he has a buckle fracture in his right wrist. He is in a newfangled cast that is waterproof and we can take it off for baths… So hopefully it won’t be too much of a hindrance for Hudson during the next month.
We drove about 2 1/2 hours north east of where we live to visit some friends we knew in Alaska over the weekend. We had an opportunity to share at their church about what God is calling our family to in Togo and we were so encouraged by the love and generosity that was shown to our family. We pray that God uses our words to encourage others to engage in the global work that He is doing in Togo, yes, but also here in Tennessee.
OK, now. Here’s how you can be praying for us:
OK, back to the French grind stone. Thanks for praying for us this week! To God be the glory.