so I'm sitting in the room next to the router in the new building at the completion of our final day of this mission trip.
I could not be more proud of the effort and the work that our team has put in!
This morning we were working on drywall and drop ceilings in what was considered the "bonus room" - the room that we were not expected to get to but would be considered icing on the cake
We finished THAT room at 11 am and heard the refrain we have come to love: Ron K yelling out, "nailed it!"
So what did we do next? Did we simply call it a day, kick up our feet and relax? No!
The team set the hearts to "serve" and completed yet another room and a whole bunch of drywalling that had yet to be done. Wow!
When we reached 4 PM, there was literally no more work we would be able to do at the site.
There is certainly much much more to be done before the building is 100% usable but as far as work that we would be able to do nothing else remain.
Finally we walked through the building along with Pastor Manu and prayed for the ministries and staff of this quickly growing church.
Tonight we will share one last meal together as a team and then spend some time with our host families, then bright and early (9:15) we will gather to head to the airport to fly home.
Thank you all for your prayers and support of us as we've been on this mission trip.
In the words of Pastor Brian, "the work here is not done, it has just begun…"
God is doing a work here and we have been humbled and honored to join Him in what He is doing. Please continue to pray for the church here at Ponto-Combault as well as the growth of the church in France.