Thursday, May 5, 2011

Family Visit

My parents and little brother came and visited me last week. It was wonderful. It was such a blessing to me (and many others) that they took the time, money, and bravery to come, quite literally, to the ‘ends of the earth.’ I really enjoyed BEING with them and getting to talk whenever we wanted to. I loved seeing my mom and dad share the truth with a whole village, and then later attempt to explain what a trombone is. :-) I was able to introduce my little brother to crocodile meat and whop him and my parents in Nertz (okay, so maybe “whop” is a bit of an exaggeration ;).

Prayer requests:

We have a volunteer team coming this month (can y’all believe it’s MAY already?!). They will be going out to the village of Foibe with us to work on our Roof for the Children project. Please pray that God’s name would be lifted high as we help the village build a school for their children, do children programs, and build relationships.

For God’s continued leading (Psalm 43:3-5) in planning both my last few months here and what comes next in my future.

I love you all!
Cara :)
Jude 24-25

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You’re absolutely right about legalism in Mada especially in some churches that belong to the FFKM (Fikambanan’ny Fiangonana Kristianina eto Madagasikara). As king Solomon said “There is nothing new under the sun; what has been done will be done again”. Some of the denominations do the same thing to their congregations as the Pharisees did that Jesus opposed and criticized during His earthly ministry.