Good morning to you. We hope your weekend was enjoyable for you, and may the week ahead not contain any more news of bombings, terrorists, deadly explosions, earthquakes, or any other horrific events.
As you start off your morning today, we would appreciate your prayers for a group of Camino missionaries who are traveling to the border in order to meet new legal requirements regarding their vehicles. They’re also packed full with things for one of our co-workers who is moving back to the USA.
The route should be relatively safe with “relatively” always being the key word as well as the word with a somewhat undefined meaning. Pray for safety and for all 4 vehicles to successfully be nationalized as they re-enter on Wednesday.
We just received word that our visa documents are now in Querétaro and so we are up early and heading to the immigration office there to get fingerprinted and to sign more documents. It will take about 2 weeks after this to finally receive our new visas. These will be good for one more year.
After finishing tomorrow’s legal step, we will drive to the customs office with Beth’s mother so she can renew her car papers. We will do that ourselves for our vehicle after our visas are issued.
Pray that these legal steps go smoothly. No one enjoys the immigration process or expense, but we are grateful that we have the opportunity to continue in ministry in Mexico, and this is all critically important to make that happen.
Thanks for your moments in prayer for us and our co-workers. Let us know if we can join you in prayer today for your needs as well.