Paki-blog!

What a wonderful country this is. I believe I’ve gotten used to it. I love walking down through the Bazaar and shops. The people are lovely and talkative. I’m very glad that I (and Ruth) am here.

Yes, she made it. She had a tearful reunion with her father and family and has begun to settle into life in Pakistan. The team is doing quite well, almost all the stomach oddities are gone and spirits are high. My sister-in-law Rakhel will be getting married next week and we’re all busy getting ready for it.

I took our dear little Joe to get some shots today (‘cuz Polio and TB are not good things). He didn’t like it one little bit. but I’m sure he’ll appreciate it in the future.

We took a trip to Kunri yesterday to see the school that Ruth will be teaching at. I think we also scored a lovely little house while we were there, things are going well!

The trip’s half-over (for the team), please pray for them as they go through this final stretch. Pray that God would show them more of Himself and His heart.

I’m very encouraged, I can live here. It has become normal to me. Praise God for that.

Hopefully soon I’ll be able to blog on a more regular basis, but until then, just keep praying.

In Him,
Matthew