October 2009

A Trusted Traveler

Today I drove up to Detroit to be interviewed by the TSA in an effort to enroll in the GOES program, where a person is listed as a trusted traveler and allowed to skip the long lines at immigration when returning to the country. I was up early and took off with plenty of time for arriving there for my 12 noon appointment. I wanted to leave early in case I was caught up in traffic or happened to get a flat tire.

Fall Speaking Dates

After two and a half months back down in Colombia, I traveled back up to the states for my fall season. For the first time in all of our years in Colombia, I traveled business class. I used frequent flyer miles to upgrade, primarily to be able to haul in more teaching materials and supplies, which had become extremely difficult due to the severe weight and luggage limits. It was a luxury that I was not accustomed to, needless to say, but I must admit it was very nice not to have to stand in the long lines to get checked in and to board the airplane. Plus the food was much better.

My Mission Trip to Colombia by Kim French

I have just returned home after a week at Colegio Peniel. I have been amazed, inspired and filled with complete assurance that God has complete control of our lives. My week at Colegio Peniel has reminded me that God is the only one who has control. He has been holding my hand and guiding me through every up and down, twist and turn in my life. Even though so many times I put forth tremendous efforts not to listen, I could still hear him saying "Be Patient".

My Mission Trip to Colombia by Kim French

I have just returned home after a week at Colegio Peniel. I have been amazed, inspired and filled with complete assurance that God has complete control of our lives. My week at Colegio Peniel has reminded me that God is the only one who has control. He has been holding my hand and guiding me through every up and down, twist and turn in my life. Even though so many times I put forth tremendous efforts not to listen, I could still hear him saying "Be Patient".