DR. MARK EANES (LEFT) AND DR. LANCE HALUKA (RIGHT)
Praise God, Dr. Mark Eanes, Dr. Lance Haluka and the
Heaven in Sight team ministered in our medical center this past week.
We thank you our God for sending these precious servants from Georgia.
They have been serving for many years.
Every patient is prayed for and many receive Jesus as their Savior.
Recently, our administrative assistant, Linda, lost her beloved stepmother to cancer.
Linda will be out of the office for a few days.
The family and especially Linda’s father are grieving.
Please pray for the comfort of those who mourn.
CHERYL WITH HER DAUGHTERS
We are so blessed to have Cheryl Trevor, principal of the school at the Mission in Vicente Guerrero. As you know, she’s amazingly creative. Cheryl orchestrated our Night in Bethlehem for many years.
Several of our children’s school activities are pictured below:
In honor of the Olympics, teams did long jump,
obstacle courses and running races.
Winners received medals.
The children watched caterpillars turn into butterflies.
They learned “little by little God changes us into something beautiful.
We become more like Him. This was a lesson ingrained in our minds!”
STUDENTS ON THE VOLCANO
In May, a volcano erupted in Hawaii. Our students grabbed this opportunity
to learn about volcanoes. They traveled to San Quintin
and climbed a dormant volcano, about 20 miles south of the Baja Mission.
Children who are now bilingual will be separated out and taught in English.
Praise God for Cheryl, her team and the opportunities
given our children for a Christian education.
ANDREA PEREAU LOMBARD
Our daughter, Andie, continues to need prayer.
She recently had knee surgery and there have been complications.
RUTH AND PETER
Ruth and Peter Mbugua, outside whose home the water tank crashed.
THE FALLEN TANK
Since 1968, Trinity Fellowship in Kenya, Africa has been under the covering of Foundation for His Ministry. Only seldom do we include reports from Africa. Recently, 26 people on the compound of Trinity Fellowship went to watch the final World Cup soccer match. While they were there the reserve water tank came crashing down. If any of these visitors had been passing by they could have been killed. How we thank God for their deliverance.
Trinity Fellowship reports: “Ruth and I are truly grateful to God for saving us from total disaster last night. At around 10:30 pm, we: Ruth, Gitu, Ndogo and Brian, my nephew, heard the terrifying thunderous sound of heavy crashing, and thought a tree had come down near our house. Shortly after we heard the sound of rushing water and we understood what had happened. Our overhead tank, just 10 meters away and hoisted up to six meters high, had come tumbling down, bringing with it what I believe was less than the 8000 litres of water that it has the capacity to hold.
And there, we were shocked to see half of the tank thrown completely off across the footpath to our house and lodged in shattered debris outside the front porch of the adjacent house. The great news is, just two hours before, a total of 26 people,
mostly young adults, had criss-crossed that same path, coming in and going out as the soccer world cup final match was airing on our TV, and none of us was in the path of the rocket tank at the moment in shot down.
God delivered us all from calamity. It turns that the wooden pillars
hoisting the tank had gone rotten and could no longer hold up.”
DR. EVERETT WILSON
Dr. Everett Wilson, who has taken on the project of writing the sequel to Charla’s Children, was recently hospitalized for a hiatal hernia. This may require surgery.
Please pray for Everett’s health and this ambitious project.
Correction please: Thankfully, Dave Powers does not have lung cancer.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
Yosemite Valley and large sections of Yosemite National Park closed July 25, 2018 due to the Ferguson Fire.
The Pereau family did primitive camping in Yosemite Valley for 50 years. Throughout that time, many joined our family, including
the Cordobas, Dr. Marco Angulo, Elizabeth Pedraza and others.
Please pray for the fire fighters and the preservation
of Yosemite National Park.
MARIO CORDOBA, JOEL VELASCO, TITO QUIROZ,
JANELLE KELLER, JILL ADAMS AND A FRIEND
Music makes a difference. We have prayerfully considered the restoration of our music program, which was started in the 90s. The old theater building, used for Night in Bethlehem and other special events, can now be filled with music.
Tito Quiroz is proposing a third music conservatory
to be at the Baja Mission, where it all started.