Greetings From Perry and Sandy! We are finally trying to let everyone know what our Lord has us doing so far this year. If you are friends with us on Facebook, you may have read this update already, so please feel free to delete this email, or print it out and put it in the bottom of a bird cage!
Thank you for your love and support for us!
Are Perry and Sandy still alive in Idaho?
As many of you know, we don’t post much on Facebook. The main reason is that we only spend as much time on our laptops as needed. Sandy and I are normally running from one place to another, ministering for our Lord and Savior. Unfortunately, this means that all of you who faithfully share in this ministry that God has given to us are only updated twice a year by our winter and spring newsletters. We are hoping to start updating you, through Facebook and emails a little more, when we can sit down. 😃 So, here we go!
Even though the COVID-19 virus is not as heavy in our area in Idaho, it has impacted all of us in one way or another by changing our plans and ‘normal life’! “The mind of man plans his way, But the LORD directs his steps.” (Proverbs 16:9 NASB)
The new ministry that God has directed us to allows us to plan in what direction He needs us to minister. We never know for sure where and with whom we will be serving next. Because of a busy schedule and other circumstances, we will not be sending out our spring newsletter. Instead, we will be posting on Facebook and sending out emails to those on our email list. If you would like to be on our email list, please contact us, and we will include you. So, here we go with starting to get everyone caught up on some of the highlights.
From the beginning of the year, Sandy and I have had the privilege of ministering for our Lord in many different ways. The year started with a week-long remodel at the Inkom Comm. Bible Church, followed by preaching there at the end of the week. It is always a joy to us to spend time with the Inkom Church people (www.inkombible.org). The week was filled with hanging drop ceilings, building a partition wall, hanging a door, some really great fellowship, and of course, GREAT food. Even though Sandy was not involved in this project, she was, as always, busy with other ministry opportunities that our Lord lines up for her. Just some of them being: substituting for paraprofessional helpers at a local elementary school, ministering to individuals, and of course watching over me.
God’s blessings to you all for now!
Perry and Sandy Rotenberger
Missionary serving Christ in Idaho under Be One Together