Mosaic Fort Worth, where we attend church, sent me off with the sweetest prayer-time. They prayed at the end of the last service before I left for me and the trip to Uganda and to India. They also prayed for Gail while I’m away that God would comfort her and protect her. Several of the elders prayed, and several of the church members prayed. My grandson prayed. It was so sweet and moving in the Spirit.

I can’t tell you how much it means to a missionary to know that the church family back home is praying for them, watching their back, so to speak. And I can’t tell you how much it means to me to have them take an active interest in watching over Gail while I’m gone. This particular trip is different for me, since I’m not a part of a group. I’m here all by myself in Uganda, working hand-in-hand with Samuel Wasula, the Ugandan church-planter here. I won’t meet up with anyone else on the missions team from ICE International until I get to India in March. So it means a lot to me to have the home-team guarding my back.

Anyway, kudos to Mosaic. Your prayers blessed me and your covering continues to encourage me. Several have made comments to these blogs or sent encouraging emails. Very helpful. Bless you.