Thursday, January 14, 2010

Even in a muddy situation!

Yesterday hubby and I with Kuya Josh our team leader accompany a group of missionaries to a deaf school (an international deaf school in Asia) its located on a mountain top of Cavinte, Laguna Philippines. To be able to visit their place is to hike 7 kilometers or if you are greatly favored you'll be riding a tractor for 45 mins to 1 hour. During our visit the tractor picked us up, but when it's time to bring us down... the tractor got stacked in the mud and so we have to walk. We walked for more than an hour in the muddy road, but then God is good because He send's us the tractor to brought us back to our van. (and ooh I forgot to mention that one of our missionary friend was sick and was throwing up, so her team leader and her brother has to carry her on their back.)
I was quite proud about it knowing we have the biggest deaf international school. The school caters from beginners up to college. They also grow their food (pigs, chicken, fish, and vegetables.) The students from all over come and stayed there for the whole semester. The school is not only for deaf some hearing students are also added into it. So that the deaf and the hearing could communicate to its other well. But mostly its for the benefits of the deaf. Their slogan is "preaching the Word to the silent world." that phrase just touch a soft part of my heart. How i wish I could do something for them. How i wish I have the means to support them.

Every Blessing that YOU poured out...turns back to Praise...!