Robinson Ministry update — 29th March 2018
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Happy Easter! He is risen!
Dan had a week off school last week for his spring break. He and the upstairs kids decided that they wanted to organise a carnival (think fete/fair). They came up with about 8 stalls including archery, face painting, bowling, board games, chalk drawing, soccer shot. And then, having not had a proper rain in 6 months, it poured down all day on the day they had planned it! I tell you this just so that you know that it is not just the UK that that happens in! Thankfully they were able to postpone it for a day and do it the next day instead when we had the perfect weather (maybe a little less like the UK!).
My tiredness and lack of full strength dragged on for rather longer than a simple missing of thryoxine would account for so I ended up having a range of blood tests done to try and isolate the issue. It turned out that I had malaria! A malaria treatment and more resting later and I am feeling much better. I still have to watch my energy levels carefully but I am mostly back to normal.
It may seem a little early but we are starting to plan for our furlough in the UK this summer, lots of people to see and money to raise. If you have been thinking about supporting us financially and maybe just haven’t quite gotten around to it, or have a question about it, do let us know!
If you have time to pray for us, please do, we value and need your prayers!
Ali finally getting back on her feet
Kids had fun putting on their “carnival”
Tim’s trip to Gbari was successful and encouraging
Blessed Easter reminding us why we do what we do!
Peace as we make our furlough plans
That I will make wise decisions about how I use my time as I fully recover my strength