Whirlwind Missions

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Rainy work day

Tim A. Cummins @ 7:55 pm  

Spent most of this drizzly day working on admin tasks. I finished my financial report and made sure all the bills, checkbook and letters were up to date.


Been studying Spanish. I’ve enjoyed having a workbook to go through.


I’m always happiest when I’m learning or creating something.

Ashley got back from her journalism conference in Knoxville, TN just fine.

Back to Telemundo!

Saturday, January 16, 2010


Tim A. Cummins @ 7:50 pm  

Most of my friends know my background of growing up overseas. My extended family was made up of the missionaries that lived in East Africa.

Just as my parents were missionaries and my children work in ministry, many of the other MKs are also in ministry around the world.

Part of our extended missionary family lives in Haiti. We’ve been very concerned about Snyders. Here’s a report from my “Aunt” Peggy Hooten.

We praise God that our daughter and grandson, Dee Ann and James Snyder, were transported by Air Force Transport to Miami last night. James is flying today to Richmond to get into school in Lynchburg, VA, by Monday. Dee Ann is flying out to Detroit today where Rachel and Ashley, their two daughters, are living. Also, Dan’s Mom and brother. Dan drove out of Haiti in a mission vehicle with two other of their people. They are in Dominican Republic today trying to get flights to the states. Dee Ann and James were able to bring only one change of clothes that they could put in a garbage bag and carry on their laps.

They are emotionally torn up because of the missionaries of their group that were lost in the building that collapsed. They could only rescue two of the five people.


Please pray for the people of Haiti! And the missionaries that serve there.