Thursday, September 10, 2009

Las Cruces Wildlife

I find myself in the "Land of Enchantment". That's the official motto of New Mexico, and I find it to be so true! From where I am sitting, I have a wonderful view of mountains, hummingbirds, and cactus. Not to mention the roadrunner I met on the front drive this morning. He was enjoying a worm from the garden!

But even more interesting is the fact that I've been having a great time working on video here, and getting to know the people. It has been a blessing, and a time of renewal for me. It's easy to get lost in God's creation here.

So, I am busy working on video and print for Global Outreach's upcoming conference on East Africa. In addition to that, I am working on several other videos from my recent trips. It's nice to be blessed with such a great place to work in. Here are a couple of photos from the yard outside.

Monday, September 7, 2009

From New Mexico

I have been traveling this past week once again. First to Las Cruces, New Mexico by air, then to Hobbs by car for Labor Day weekend. It's been a great weekend here with my Mom. She's been beating me at all the board games we've attempted!

Mom invited her Sunday School class over for a lunch to thank them for their support of my ministry. I am always blessed by all the ways that people support me in my ministry. It always shows me how God is watching over me.

I am heading back to Las Cruces today to spend a week or so working from the home of Jeanne Gleason, a new friend who is very interested in future possibilities of media missions work. I also booked a trip to Togo (that's in Africa for those of you who... don't worry, I had to look it up too!) I will be taking photos for a new hospital that is opening up there.

Meanwhile, I have many video projects to finish, and will be working diligently to get all of them done by the time the missionaries need them. I am looking forward to working while in Las Cruces, the home I am staying in has a wonderful view of mountains and many hummingbirds that hang out at the balcony feeders. It's a charming place to think! And ponder God's creation.