Our students get more opportunities to share the Gospel, Tara's grandfather reminds us of the importance of an eternal perspective, and more French are being raised up to reach their nation.
2 Timothy 4:2
Everyone likes to hear good news, and everyone likes to share it. It was fun to share in English for a change!
We have friends in France who have heard about God but don't know truely know Him yet. Pray that they would come to know Him for who He really is!
Our team got to train a group of young French believers. It was action packed and encouraging! We are having a lot more spiritual conversations with our neighbors and classmates as well.
"If you could give advice to yourself three years ago, what would it be?"... is an example of one question we posed to students during our "questions2vie.com BLITZ!" Read this post for some sweet stats of what God did in two weeks.
Finally... relationships are blossoming (and tulips too)! Check out a story and oodles of photos..
Okay, I was wrong about the snow last month. That actually happened. I guess the summary text is a bad place to make statements about the weather.
If you want to see snow here, you need to go visit the mountains. Not one flake to be found in Rennes, France. We certainly appreciate the warmth here, but not the jawbreaker cakes.
In November we showed the French what Thanksgiving means (If you are asking why that is necessary, just read it again). Tara discusses the meaning of Christmas and Trent completes another trip around the sun.
I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes.