Waiting for God
I am waiting here in Kaohsiung airport to board our plane for Japan and unto Indianapolis. Jacob and Carmen are reading their books. They are such troopers. I am grateful for their patience. We cannot wait to see Grandma and Grandpa. This will be a good USA visit. Waiting is becoming a significant part of our lives here in Taiwan.
Last Sunday, I spoke at Wen Shan FMC and shared about the Lord's harvest. After the service, I met with some of the leaders to plan for an outreach ministry among the "foreign wives" in the area. One of the church volunteers who joined us was Hueyia, an Indonesian housewife married to one Chrisitan brother from the church. While I was sharing, her eyes welled up and I could sense the Holy Spirit leading our meeting. I do not know what the final outcome would be regarding this meeting. We are praying that God would direct us and perhaps in the next few years this meeting would result into the birthing of an Indonesian Free Methodist Church right here in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. I am waiting for God, waiting on God.
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