I am encouraged at the speed with which Dave Beidler is moving along in the cabin. Larry Wilfong joined in to help him recently and they’ve been putting the ceiling in the lofts.
Fire Marshal stopped by yesterday to have a peek. He was pleased.
I continue to be thankful for the many folks who gave to make this necessary project possible. The cabin is going to be an even better, inexpensive location to host your ski trip in the Green Mountains.
Thanks to one Beth Horst, we are doing a bunch of new arts and crafts activities this summer. She has much skill in this area and managed to put together a set of new activities for us.
Pictured is Cheeks holding the book and a sample necklace.
Thanks so much, Beth and family, for this great gift!
This brings me to another point. Mike, her husband, recently bought us a set of GPS devices that we’ll use to introduce Geocaching this year! And don’t even get me started on the map that Mike has created for us. So sweet!
Thanks to the Horst family (Mike & Beth) for continuing a long tradition of Kingdom building at Bethany Birches which Mike’s dad, Earl started when he came with a bunch of relatives that we refer to as the Musser Woodcutters.
God will provide. Sometimes God’s providence has nothing to do with our desires and that confuses us. How can a father turn away his hungry child when his child asks for bread? And you reply by asking, what about all those starving children in Africa? That brings us to the Bread of Life. And sometimes, the bread that we have been charged to offer our brothers and sisters in Africa is different from the bread God is offering to all.