There were several reasons Tara and I decided to move on from serving in Haiti. I will be going into none of those, as it would serve no purpose. The only reason I bring them up is to give a little bit more context to following story. In August, I ran into my pastor at church one Saturday. As he was aware of the situation before us, I sat down to chat with him for a bit. As I laid out our concerns, he brought up the passage that had been my reading two nights before. We talked about Paul and his journey to Macedonia. After we had talked for a while, he brought up an opportunity that another local pastor had been pushing him to get involved with, and wondered if I might like to talk to him. A couple of weeks later, the three of us were meeting for coffee at Cedar Ridge Christian Church.
So this is what we will be looking at:
I want to stress how very new this is for us. At this point, we are following what has been laid in front of us. As we have officially decided to close the door to Haiti, we are able to focus on what might be in our future in Poland. It really has been a whirlwind of emotions for us. What I can tell you for sure is that there is no anxiousness whatsoever in looking into this ministry. We will be making a trip to Poland sometime next year. We're still trying to nail down a date. As a long-term move, our timeline hasn't changed much.
As we continue to seek God's path, we pray that you would continue to keep us in our prayers as we journey down this road. We pray that we will not miss any direction from our Father, and that our paths continually align with His. We will keep you updated as things progress. As always, we want to say thank you to our friends and family for your support. It truly does mean the world to us.