Sunday, July 17, 2011
Monday, July 4, 2011
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Monday, May 30, 2011
Caleb staggered into the finish line at 12:01 AM eastern time, stopping the clock at 18:01.50.
Saturday, May 28, 2011
We have one runner left. Caleb is out there finishing it off.
Levi came in to much fanfare with a great time time of 2:02.45
Caleb is now running.
It's now dark, and Caleb is running with lights. Pray that he can keep to the trail and finish strong.
Levi is now running.
The sun is setting and the temperature is dropping as our final two runners (Levi and Caleb) prepare to run in the dark.
More updates later tonight.
Tim finished his 20k with a time of 2:14.12, in seventh place in the relay.
Patti is now running.
The temperature is now steady at 18 degrees.
More updates throughout the day
Friday, May 27, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
Last Saturday, we held a car wash and bake/yard sale to raise money for 100-Mile Mission for Missions. God gave us great weather, and we had great success. At the end of the day, when we counted the receipts, we earned nearly $1,500!! Thanks to everyone that participated and "did what they could" to help us.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Our team is now registered for the May 28th Sulphur Springs Trail Run 100-Mile Relay!
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Friday, April 1, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Saturday, March 12, 2011
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Dear Brethren in the Lord,
Praising the Lord for HE hath done mighty works in the year 2010. Praying and hoping to have another blissful year 2011.
In spite of many troubles in the year 2010, the Lord showed us HIS power and loving kindness. He preserved us from earthquake, cholera epidemic and from human made disaster in the country. Infact, the circumstances were gateways for us to share more gospel. Several thousands got saved thru our services and ministries. Many backslidden Christians return to the Lord. The attendance increased and many converts followed the water baptism. Of course, your faithful prayers and support were big factors of the success. Thank you very much and may you continue partnering with us this year 2011.
The year 2011, we set up a yearly program to boost the ministries. The month of January our theme is about Global Mission. We encourage our people to be strong in the Lord and help us to build a solid church numerically and financially. The whole month was blessed tremendously with high attendance and the giving increased. The highlight was getting more people to get involve in faith promise giving for local and foreign mission. The result was wonderful. We have enough to support our mission commitment. Thank God.
February, 6-8, we had a mission conference, about 150 Pastors, pastors wives, Bible students and church leaders attended. Once again, we were challenged to response the great commission of winning the whole world to Christ. The activities refreshed us , then reactivated our momentum to be on fire for God’s service. Every night we had services with 70 first time visitors and 13 got saved.
It has been over a month since we had a Bible study at the Philippines Contingent Camp. Some officers attended regularly every Sunday afternoon. So far, 3 soldiers received Christ as their personal Savior. The Bible study helps strengthen the soldiers to stand morally and spiritually. Bro. Boy Divinagracia helped us to handle this Bible study. Praise God.
Again, whatever we accomplished and won souls from the past year, you and your church people were a part. Thank you very much and lets continue holding the rope for the success of God’s business whom He entrusted to us here on earth.
Your co-laborer in the Lord,
Bro. Leny and Family
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Date: Saturday, February 12, 2011
Location: Rodney, Ontario
Distance: 5 km
We were at Camp YES for a weekend of snow camp. There were enough of us from the team that we decided to have a group run. It was about -2, much better than the -20 that it had been earlier in the weekend. I was sore from the games and activities of camp. My right leg was cramped for most of it, and still is, so I'm limping pretty bad right now. If it doesn't clear up soon, I'll go get it checked out. We were joined by Mr. John Vink from Harvester's Baptist Church. I had hoped that we would see some campers out running with us, but I think the 6:30 am start time turned them off a bit. It was cool to be out in the country and be able to run on the road. Not too much snow, it was packed down quite a bit.