We are so thankful for your prayers!
Many of you have probably heard that Paul and Beth gave birth to twins last week (14th) at 31 weeks and an emergency C section after ‘twin to twin’ syndrome was caught just in time! We thank God for preserving Eden and Esther’s lives. Please pray for the little girls – in NICU with a few ups and downs. And for Paul and Beth as they travel back and forth to the hospital each day and watch the ups and downs!
Ross started a little Bible reading group this week – unfortunately (doubly!) interrupted by a death in the village, but you could pray the few men who came will return and we can get through a good bit of Philippians in the next few weeks. [“A good bit” is relative… the first meeting saw us through the first two verses!]
The death gave rise to an opportunity for Ross to share about Satan’s thousands of years of decieving our friends into a fear of the spirits of the deceased. Please pray that his words from God’s Word will get some people thinking about their deeply rooted ‘beliefs’ on this front.
I (Lyndal) had a recurrence of cellulitis which was very stubborn but healed now. Please pray it won’t come back in a hurry!!
So many things(!), and we know there are many matters in your lives too – good, and tough.
Thankful that we can support each other,
Love Lyndal and Ross
Thank you to all Supporters of Scripture in High School (SBCE). God is at work!
We praise God and are thankful for the generous donations, for good relationships in our High Schools and our new SRE Teachers – Jarrod and Steve.
Lovely news is that
Prayer request from Lyndal Webb:
1. I (Lyndal) have had cellulitis – had to go to Vila for better antibiotics. I came back on Friday and would love prayer that it doesn’t recur. (I’ve had it 3 times in 12 months). So stubborn to antibiotics.
2. A bigger one! We’ve added to our grandchildren – Beth and Paul gave birth to twin girls on Friday night – 31 weeks and emergency C section as they had twin to twin syndrome where one twin takes too much and the other goes without.
Praise God the doctors caught it just in time!
Eden is doing well though a bit jaundiced now.
Eshter who had a very rough start is now breathing on her own (they both are) and doing OK. She is still swollen and red from her over consumption in the womb! Beth was discharged but the babies will be in NICU for at least 6 weeks. All quite a stressful time for them as you can imagine.
Please pray for the little girls to develop well and quickly and for Paul and Beth as they juggle all this with their work load.