As many of you know, in July I began “The Journey of my Right Eye.” It has been an exciting journey of watching God go through His checklist and answer every one of my needs and prayer requests with a check mark. It began with the discovery of an unknown mass pushing my optic nerve, to the removal of my right eye and the mass, and continues with radiation. But the journey!!
“Happy fall, y’all” is a phrase I often hear in Missouri. Fall is my favorite time of year for many reasons, including the Advent season. Across the world people are crying out and searching for hope, and as Christ’s church we have a beautiful message to share about Christ’s coming.
Last April, a new neighbor in the unit above us in our condo became extremely noisy to all the residents in our building. For five months, several nights a week, we got only a few hours of sleep, which wore on us in many ways.
Every two months I sit down to write to you all and look at my calendar to remind myself of the things that have been done. I’ll be honest, sometimes it’s hard to find something exciting to report back. After getting out of quarantine, starting English classes, Bible classes, and administration work at the church, we continue to daily work faithfully at Komyo Church.