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God’s Promises-A Reflection from Kim

Posted by on September 17, 2012

The rainbow on our way to Papallacta



It’s hard to know where to begin when starting to get the word out about our last week.  As I’m sure you all remember, we had a Vision Team from the States come made up of our board of directors for our future non-profit organization.  It was such a great week.  I’m sure both Joel and I will share a lot of stories about it, but I wanted to start with this one…

The week had gone really well.  We were able to see a lot of places and experience a lot of things in the North district and Quechua district on Wednesday (Sept 12) and Thursday (Sept 13).  We were planning to debrief each evening about what we had experienced, but we had church services both evenings that lasted late into the night.  We decided those evenings that sleep was more important.  However, after getting a good night’s sleep on Friday evening, we met up on Saturday morning and planned to leave for Papallacta to enjoy time together at the hot springs.  However, we thought it would be good to do a ‘brief’ debriefing which ended up being from about 9AM to 1 or 1:30.  It was so worth it though!  We enjoyed a wonderful time of brainstorming and dreaming together about what the future may look like for all of us in Ecuador, ways to partner with already existing ministries…etc…  We will talk more about that later.

After a morning of excitement, dreaming and having a lot of things just ‘come together’ like a puzzle, we headed out to Papallacta.  On the way there, we saw a rainbow.  Some of you may have read Joel’s previous post about God’s promises through a rainbow.  If not, you can read it here

I had never seen the end of a rainbow until this one.  It kind of followed us for about 10 or 15 minutes, or maybe we followed it, I’m not sure.  But it was such a reminder to me of God’s promises.  After our meeting, I think we all felt very energized to finally see and talk about future possibilities for the center for at-risk children and medical clinic.  This was such a wonderful reminder to me that God is in control and He is faithful to keep His promises, no matter how big or small.

More to come later…

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