Leo & Cathy Paine "Standing In The Gap" for the missionary.
Filling the gap through FURLOUGH RELIEF!
Contact us: landcpaine@yahoo.com or Skype: leo.paine

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Time Marches On ~

Yes ~ time is marching on and it seems it marching faster and faster.
Today we pulled our suitcases out of the closet to make
room for the McGeorge's suitcases when they return on Monday.
It is hard to believe that our time in Nauru will be up in just a short time
and we will be home in Saint Joseph, Missouri.
We have been so blessed while being here in Nauru and we are
praising the Lord for the opportunity to serve HIM here.
We are looking forward to what God has in store for us next.
We covet your prayers not only for us but also for the McGeorge's
as they transition back to island life.

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Look and see...

We have been praying for Pastor Adam and family as they will return
to Nauru ~ you guessed it ~ 29 days. The folk do not show a lot of
excitement but they always check to see how many days
it will be before the McGeorge's return to the island.
Look and see who our March Missionaries are ~
Independent Baptist Builders, John and Amy Foster.
During the month the church will be praying
for them and any needs they might have!!
"Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace,
whose mind is stayed on thee:
because he trusteth in thee."
Isaiah 26:3

Zach loves 'Teen Time', he is a faithful young man.
He rides the wagon every Sunday and helps people on and off the wagon.

Jameson the young man on the left took Leo Noddy bird hunting
Saturday night. They do it with long poles and nets.
You kill them by biting the heads and crushing the skull, NO Leo
did NOT do that but Jameson did.
Leo brought two of them home. Some of the feathers had been
removed, Leo removed the wings, head, and feet and they are ready to
eat. We have to figure out how to cook them and we will give it
a try.
This is B-Beak he is Washington's youngest son. He is patiently waiting
for the grownups to figure out how everyone will get home
after Sunday am service and we discovered a flat tire on the wagon.
Never fear everyone got home ~ thanks for your help Elizabeth.