Whirlwind Missions

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Tim A. Cummins @ 2:50 pm  

Still sick.  Not too bad, but bad enough.

Dr. Pat called in some antibiotics for me last night.  My ears are still clogged up.  30,000 feet is not a good plan if your ears are clogged.

Bennett Ekandem and I had a great lunch with Aslam Masih–the coordinator for Muslim work for all of N. America with the North American Mission Board.  We had a lot of fun getting to know each other.  Aslam is a field operative, it’s always good to meet another partner.

I spent the morning working on the Birth Certificate applications for Ernest, Jouvens and Rosena Mocombe.  Had to UPS the request on to Bahamas this morning.  I sure hope they can find the birth certificates!  What a hassle for these guys.

Just finished up my email and calls.  I’ll head over to Azalea in a few minutes to check on my kids at the mission.

I’ll be speaking at Glover Baptist Church this evening.  They’ve had some of their youth group get involved with gangs in the area.  I’m going over to do my “Scared Straight” speech.  Hopefully it’ll help.  I’ve had a few of my young men get involved with gangs.  It never turns out well.  Pray for me as I talk to them.

Pray that I’ll be 100% healthy soon.