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of Hope: This page and photos are some of the latest emails from Errol
and Laarni -
September 19-22, 2014
Hello Ron ;
We are in the middle of another typhoon and if I lose power I will try again later.
Don't remember what I sent you
last but if you have some duplicates just delete. Also rearrange or do
whatever you have to to make it acceptable for the post.
On the humanitarian side of the ministry from left to right;
1 -We have taken in a two week old boy abandoned by his parents. We are in the process of trying to adopt him.
2 -This is Nathanael at 3 months old.
3 -Needless to say we are attached and he is happy with us. I desire is to give him hope and a future ( Jeremiah 29:11 ).
4 -This is Antonette and she was involved in a tricycle accident 2 days prior to this picture. They came to us for help.
5 -We were able to raise about $3000 for her surgery and she is on the road to recovery.
6 -Kim is a 7 year old girl with
the initial stages of meningocelle. She does not go to school because
the kids make fun of her. We brought her to the
children's hospital in Manila and are now waiting for her
surgery to be scheduled.
7 & 8 - This is 4 month old
John Errol who was born with a hernia. We brought him to a hospital in
Batangas where he was operated on and is now doing fine.
I will send these now for
fear of loosing them if we loose power. I will follow up with another
email if our good fortune holds up.
Let me know if this works for you. Thanks Errol.
1. Laarni with
2. Laarni with
3. Errol with child
4. Antonette had a bike
5. Errol and Laarni with recovering Antonette
6. Kim to be scheduled for
surgery 7. & 8. Four month old John before and after
surgery. Errol and Laarni hope to adopt "John Errol".
Here are more pictures: from left to right -
9 - These 2 teenage tribal girls asked for help because they
wanted to go to school and get an education. We took them into our home
cleaned them up and dressed them up and now they look like any other
Filipino.They are very good girls and doing well in school.
They have been a blessing to us and have been with us since January .
10 to 15 - We are building our 4th school/church in one of the
tribes and these pictures show the progress and the last picture is
where we are with this project today . We hope to complete this
building this month.
9. Teenage tribal
10. & 11. Beginning another tribal school / church
12. Tribal school / church in
13. Tribal school / church in progress
14. Tribal school / church in progress 15. Tribal school / church in progress
We were able to restart
construction on the medical clinic we are building because of a
generous donation from one of our supporters.
1 through 6 - From
installing a first class roof to finishing the outside walls to
finishing and painting the inside walls. The bathroom fixtures in all
three bathrooms are installed and functional. All of the plumbing and
electrical is completed on the second floor. We have just begun
installing the floor tiles. The second floor of the clinic will be our
home when completed.
There is much more to share but I am tired and it is getting late.
Send me specifics of what you need to complement the pictures.
16. More construction on Medical Clinic
17. New roof
19. Laarni inside Clinic
20. Inside Clinic
God bless. Errol.
September 22, 2014
Hi Errol, just keep sending me
what the Lord lays on your heart to send, from the growing of the
ministry to your health, to the need for some regular sustainable
workers to help you and be trained in the essence of your
ministry, ... unto sharing some special times between you and the Lord.
Barbara and I are tired at the end
of summer. Now we are just about ready for winter and I have not been
checking my email as I should. When I get time on the computer I am
into a series of sermons on the website: 'The Whole Christ'.
Besides the short Bible studies, I had started some sermons about a
year ago because I felt I needed to also do some preaching. (In
the studies, I have tried not to sermonize much).
Beginning with Sermon 4, I did not know for a couple of sermons that the Lord had led me into this series.
The start of a sermon is not in process until I happen upon a
scripture (Old or New testament) that I sense I am to
begin study for the next sermon. From there the Lord keeps moving me
around in the scriptures. While I am immersed in one it is enjoyable;
but when I break from it to do needed things outside it is hard to get
back to what the Lord has been leading. It is like having to move out
of my flesh-work (which I am used to doing) to return where
He had me. Less of my flesh and more of Him is good and surely
enjoyable, when I finally get there; but my flesh struggles to keep me
from that place.
Working on the website (like
constructing a webpage for you) is one thing; yet, serious
time with Him is not as easy for me to get into. My flesh is not
so bad compared to most flesh around us, but mine surely
wants to run the show. You would think at 74 that I would not have such
struggles. My only consistent salvation in this is being in the
Scriptures so much ... and finally, the Lord grabs my attention on
something. He is the One that gets me in. It is always Him, isn't it?
Without His meddling in us, we just become "do-gooders".
Whatever you might share with me, I will put up only up on your webpages as and when you tell me.
When you have the time, or are moved by the Lord, send whatever.
Love you two and love how the Lord is using you, Ron
PS. Actually, you might think
about telling your story into a tape recorder. Someday, as the Lord
might lead, it might make a good book to inspire others regarding
missions. Yours is the only true "faith ministry", from its beginning
and ongoing, that I know.
- Christian Wilderness Press -