Thursday, July 9, 2009

Reaching Roma

For those of you who are knitters and would like to follow along as my daughter teaches knitting to some ladies in Macedonia, check out her blog: http://reachingroma.blogspot.com/. She is on a mission trip, and in working with ladies who bring their children to this center. She does not speak their language, and they do not speak English, which leads her to some very insightful understanding on her part of our relationship with God. I am so proud of her and hope you will take a peek at what she is doing.

Thought I would paste Ellen's comment here on the front page just incase you don't check the comments.
Ellen said...
Ellen here. I'm sorry you haven't been able to comment on my blog - I'm not sure what's going on with it. Thank you for the kind words. I'm truly astounded by what God is teaching me here. I seem to always forget that mission trips change me more than I could imagine....Thanks for sharing my blog with everyone, Mom! It's great to have people praying from all over for the Macedonians. Love you!!!!El

6 comments:

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

I wasn't able to post a comment to her post, please tell her (for me) that she is a marvelous witness to God's patience and love, God bless her!!

Angela said...

Am now a follower. If she says, mom who IS this person? Please tell her I am harmless and am praying for her!

Candace said...

My niece is serving a missionary internship in Moldova and it is so good to see young people doing so much good in the world with such courage. Your daughter is amazing.
I tried to teach my granddaughter to knit in English, and I couldn't even do that well. I'm sure that you are really proud of her.

em's scrapbag said...

I am going to check it out. What a wonderful thing she is doing.

Ellen said...

Ellen here. I'm sorry you haven't been able to comment on my blog - I'm not sure what's going on with it. Thank you for the kind words. I'm truly astounded by what God is teaching me here. I seem to always forget that mission trips change me more than I could imagine.

...Thanks for sharing my blog with everyone, Mom! It's great to have people praying from all over for the Macedonians. Love you!!!!
El

Marilyn R said...

After the second try I was able to post on your daughter's blog. May God bless her efforts for Him, and those she has contact with!