Just a quick post to let you all know that we made it home safe and sound. There's nothing better after 24 hours straight of travel than to hear the flight attendant come over the speaker to say, "We will be on the ground in a few minutes."
We were greeted by our friend Allen, who we are so thankful for. He puts up with our smelly selves every year to take us out for pizza and wings and bring us home from the airport.
I didn't get to update during the trip as much as I would've liked to, but stick around. Those updates will be coming soon. But first we need some time to rest, recover, and reflect.
Have you ever used those moving sidewalks in the airports? They place them strategically around the airport for people who are in a hurry to make their flight...or people who are too lazy to walk on their own. But if you walk on it at your normal pace it's like you're running. But inevitably the moving sidewalk ends and you have to readjust your speed as you step off. It takes a minute of wobbling and sometimes tripping before you get your step back.
Well this trip has been a lot like that moving sidewalk, and these next few days are the adjustment to normal walking again. So as we adjust to life at home, we ask you to pray for us as we process the things we saw and did. And please bear with us as we wobble along for the next little while.
God is still doing big things through the ministry done on this trip. Please pray that everything will be worked out according to His will. Thank you for your prayers and support!