Current prayer letter for the Wards
November 18, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving! And I have to say that as much as I’ll enjoy Thanksgiving with family this year, Thanksgiving in Togo has always been a great day. It’s easier to be thankful as an American in a third world country than in the US, I think. At least in Togo we were very much aware of how much we had to be thankful for. Here in the US it’s easy to be distracted by problems and frustrations. Anyway, God is good all the time….in Togo and in Chattanooga, and we’re grateful for that.
Bernadette had a setback this week, but she seems to be improving from that. Just pray that her wound site would heal completely and that she won’t get any infections.
Harry spends a good bit of his days repairing and upgrading donated computers so we can send them to Togo next year. Which reminds me…if you get a new computer for Christmas, we’ll be happy to take your old one, desktop or notebook. There’s a pastor or a school or a ministry in Togo that will put it to good use. Just let Harry know and he’ll tell you how to get it to us. And while I’m at it, we can always use guitars and brass instruments to send to Togo as well. I’ll let you know about school supplies when I come up with a plan for them. Thanks very much.
Thanks too for your prayers and support and emails.
Bea and Harry