THANK YOU NOTE
Thank you, our wonderful Christian friends! Your prayers have brought Myron’s numbers down almost half-way from where they began. He should begin to feel somewhat better.
In Christian love, Janet & Myron Fietz
Glena Jean Herrington passed away on January 4th. She was the 86-year-old sister-in-law of Janice Boatner. Funeral services will be held on January 13th at the Greenwood Funeral Chapel in Fort Worth, TX, with interment at Greenwood Memorial Park.
We extend our heartfelt love, prayers and condolences to Janice and her husband Charles, the brother of Glena, and to all those who knew and loved Glena. God’s comfort be with all.
“And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”” Romans 10:15
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During the last two years we have been blessed to help support Kaylee Hankins in the Adventures in Missions program through Sunset Int. Bible Inst. and her service in Wichita Falls and Lubbock. We have watched her grow as a servant of God. Her AIM time and our financial support came to an end in December, but we want to wish her well and continue praying for her. This is from her final report. For the elders, Ken D
Hey guys! I hope this newsletter finds you well! I hope each of you had a fantastic holiday! This is my last newsletter that I’ll be sending. I have finished my AIM time here in Lubbock! I will be graduating in March of 2022! However, just because I finished my AIM time, doesn’t mean my adventure is over! I hope you find my newsletter encouraging! I’m looking forward to continuing my walk with God and continuing to serve Him! I have been blessed by each of you and your support spiritually and financially! Thank you for staying with me and watching me grow. You’ve each made an impact in my life with your constant love and prayers. I can’t thank you enough! I’m tender for this ending, but my heart is so full with new beginnings. God bless 🙂
COMING TO A CLOSE
Hey guys! I hope this final newsletter finds you well! I have been so incredibly blessed by God and His immutable mercies. He has changed my life immensely this past 2 years, just as when I first came to know Him when I was a little girl. I became tough and firm in my faith; rooted deeply in Him. I’ve also gained a new perspective and become tender for God’s loved people. Many people watched me grow up in the Lord, eager for more and constantly searching in His Word. Just because my AIM time has come to an end doesn’t mean I stopped searching & serving. I will continue to do service work in my community with people I love and continue to grow those personal relationships I have made. As you can imagine, my classmates and I have been through the thick of it. With everything happening so fast, it feels like I just started Aim registration yesterday.
However, we remained strong and grew our confidence in God despite how many difficult events approached us. I can’t wait to graduate on March 12th. Many of my classmates have made it home or on their way soon! Please be praying for them as they go through the next chapter in life!
Every day a song plays in my heart. It goes like this:
“I’m fully known and loved by You
You won’t let go no matter what I do. And it’s not one or the other,
It’s hard truth and ridiculous grace
To be known fully known and loved by You. I’m fully known and loved by You”.
It serves me as a reminder of comfort in hard times. “Often we have to endure hurt, suffering, and pain to learn perseverance and to understand God’s plan for us.”
I’m excited and looking forward to new beginnings! Next year will be full of them and I’m eager to continue my *adventure*. It will never end! I will start college in August, but I will continue serving at Lubbock Impact, the Children’s Home of Lubbock, and with my church family.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING ME.
I HAVE BEEN BLESSED BY EVERYTHING YOU’VE SACRIFICED.
YOUR PARTNERSHIP WITH ME MEANT THE WORLD TO ME.
I HAVE AN AMAZING GODLY FAMILY.
Still Following, Kaylee H