Update & Prayer Request
Many of you have written asking for an update on my health and moving situation.
At this point, I have completed four monthly cycles of chemotherapy. It has gone really well with no severe side effects.
My red blood cells are now reproducing on their own, which of course was the goal. My energy levels are up and I’m feeling great!
As far as moving goes, we are still in the process. The quarantine has slowed things way down, but we are now ready to get going.
I have to admit, while I completely understand the need for the “stay at home” requirement, I’m going stir crazy. I’m sure many of you are feeling the same way.
Bev and I are planning to stay with my cousin in Granada Hills, not far from where we have lived for the last 27 years.
It is an exciting new time and has also brought some significant challenges.
Over these past months, I’ve been learning a lot about letting go. Bev seems much better at it than I am.
I’ve known for years that it hurts to let go. I’m discovering that sometimes it hurts more to hold on.
The love and prayers from many of you has meant the world to Bev and I. Frankly, this would be much more difficult without your support.
Our daughter Debbie, and her three boys who have been living with us are still searching for a place to go. Please pray that the right place comes along for them in a timely manner.
Pray for clear direction as Bev and I navigate ministry changes and looking for a new home. Most of my ministry schedule has been canceled due to the virus, which is a significant part of our income.
God bless you and thank you for reading!