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Terrifically alive, though rumored to be dead…..
April 28, 2013, 10:41 am
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APRIL 2013  NEWSLETTER

Bon jour!
What a Sunday! West Africa offers lots of surprises that’s for sure. Today after worship we treated a congregational member’s son who is suffering from an upper respiratory and urinary tract infection, examined a woman’s eyes who was a visitor at church today and were able to provide her with eyeglasses, treated another church member, who after worship, took a moto taxi (yes, we actually have those, and yes, they are dangerous) to go buy some things for her rice & sauce in the market and got in an accident and came back to our house so we cleaned and bandaged her wounds, saw an old man from a nearby village that some people brought by – he was very sick so we sent him to the hospital for IV fluids (pray for him, please), did a house blessing at a church member’s new home, brought some medicine to a sick congregation member who couldn’t get to church, and met with the tailor who will be sewing some lovely clothes for a young American woman who has been staying with us who is getting ready to leave Guinea this week. And now, we are sending you our newsletter! Thank you for continued prayers & support! You are a blessing to us!
Terrifically Alive in Jesus,
Jack & Cathy Carlos
Serving the Lord in Guinea with the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod
“So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seem is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” 2 Corinthians 4:18

 

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