Thursday, January 14, 2010

I'm back!

I have completed my first day of classes, and am over half way through my second day. I think I will enjoy my classes, but they will definitely be requiring more work then those last semester. One nice thing about that, is that I get to watch God work and how He helps me make it through this semester and provides for my different needs. Sometimes I need these little pushes in being forced to trust God.

It was exciting driving in two nights ago and finding out that we have snow here! I was expecting to have all melted, but no such thing. Yesterday afternoon warmed up a bit and melted the snow on the pavement, but that meant that this morning it was ice- I have yet to fall, but we shall see how long that goes for. I am enjoying the space and privacy of a room to myself, but also missing having someone in the room with me. I am hoping to be able to use this as an opportunity to more freely have other girls into my room without the fear of interrupting my roommate's studies or time.

I am sure many of you have heard about the earthquake that hit Haiti. Please be in prayer for the people there, and especially for the people in Limbé (which is where we went to). I have gotten word that the missionary family is safe, but not positive on how much damage was done to the area. The people of Haiti left a lasting impression on me, and I hurt when I see what they are having to go through as I sit here at college. Please be praying for the Haïtiens physically and spiritually as they face the after affects of the natural disaster. Haiti is a beautiful country, but with some very lost people.


  1. I just got news (via one of the missionary daughters from Haiti) that a man who works with them got hurt pretty bad because of the earthquake.