Whirlwind Missions

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Tim A. Cummins @ 2:30 pm  

I’m still feeling a bit sick.  Went by Eckerds to pick up my prescription that my Doctor had called in and alas it wasn’t ready.  So I’ll pick it up tonight instead.  Bahd luck.

Went to Marietta to meet with a new partner from Kennesaw–Keystone Baptist Church, a new church plant in the area.  I met with Bryan Taylor–he’s their Missions Pastor and Youth Director.  A really cool guy who used to be a Mission Service Corp missionary for NAMB too!  He also worked in Sports Ministry with the International Sports Federation.  I used to work very closely with ISF in S. Africa, Madagascar and in Zimbabwe.  One of my main mentors was Fred Sorrells.  He practically led ISF world wide.  Amazing how the Lord works!

We met at one of the missions on Franklin Road in Marietta.  We had lunch at the International Deli then drove around the area.  I’m really looking forward to working with his team even more closely.  It’s great to partner with other Field Operatives!

I’ve been at my office at FBC Doraville for the last two hours working on admin stuff.  We’ve already got 5 teams coming to help us this year: two during Spring Break!  EXCELLENT!  I always get excited to work with new teams.  It’s a life changing event for these folks experiencing the International Village for the first time.

Been helping Jouvens Mocombe with his immigration problems.  We’re trying to get his Birth Certificate from the Bahamas now.  What a hassle.  The form they faxed my office says you need to fill out a Birth Certificate application, but they don’t include it!  Typical of the Government.

Pray for my health.