Sandie Tanner "I'm not afraid. I wear God's armor. I do not fear what man can do to me..."
August 29th, 2013
August 29th, 2013
John Hagee Ministries Be tender to the young. Be compassionate to the aged. Be sympathetic with the poor. Be tolerant of the weak. Be helpful to those who are in trouble. Why? Because at some point in your life, you’ll be every one of those things.
IN ABOVE PICTURE, the Irish men, lead by Michael are building the stairway to the upper apartment, this was their first year and have been here 5-6 yrs in a row!
BELOW is our dear friend and supporter who also comes yearly, raises his own funds to come and help Bruce with spring repairs, built greenhouses for past two years and has put up new light fixtures in the church and Casa Hannah, bought a water heater and wonderful new tools for Bruce. This man is a true Christian, he walks the walk,
and can preach while he works!
God bless all the volunteers who have come through the mission!
Above is Casa Elisabeta, our first group home. 2 yrs ago we had to close the home due to finances. The girls were moved to Casa Hannah. God in His wisdom did not let the house sell because He had other plans. Sandie has had arthritis for years but has come to terms with it, feels she can run the home with the help of Bruce & the girls. The mission feels by closing Casa Miriam and Bruce & Sandie and all the girls moving to Casa Elisabeta is the way to go, to save money but more importantly for the family to be together under one roof, the house has 12 bedrooms.
When the girls were told we were all going home to Casa Elisabeta TOGETHER there were Halleluiahs all around!
This move will then make room for more children to come into the homes, prayerfully before Christmas 2013.
The Tanner's daughter, Shannon & Lee, her husband arrive in Sept. 2013 to assist in the move, in 2015 the couple will move permanently to Nicoresti to assist in the mission and starting an OUTREACH MISSION of their own.
Please pray for all the exciting news, God has given us a clear path and we need to walk out in faith, one more time!