Early this morning Aisake and I drove up into the hills above his house to deliver some church supplies to one of the congregations I visited during my last visit to Fiji after Hurricane Winston. That trip we took up relief food to the church. This congregation has about 60 members, most of whom, like the pastor, are subsistence farmers. These folk so appreciate any help we can provide.
They have a 3-acre building site with a 180 view of the ocean and surrounding countryside. As we say in the States, “A million dollar view”. They need about $2,500 to build a pole building with half walls and a tin roof. When I get home, I’m going to try to raise the funds to complete their structure.
Right now I’m finishing my lunch in a nice restaurant in down town Savusavu. Just had a great Skype conversation with Joyce and Jessica. Miss them.
Tomorrow a.m. I fly to Suva to meet with various ministry partners prior to my return home on the 16th. So appreciate your prayers and support.