A Look From A Different Perspective

Most of the time Ryan is writing the blog as a combination of the two views but here is a small look into Abigail’s perspective.

The Lord’s plans truly prevail. This week was not at all what was expected, but it offered so many things that we didn’t even know we needed to accomplish or experience. Since Adaline ended up sick with a pretty bad cold, I ended up staying at the house most of the week with her, Alé, and her two babies. I’m praising God for this because it lead to so many different opportunities for both myself and Ryan. We were able to have so many encouraging conversations, build new relationships and strengthen old ones, train many Bolivians, and share the gospel with people in the villages.

We are currently in the airport waiting to board our first of three flights. We fly from Cochabamba to Santa Cruz. Then we have about 3 hours until our next flight, which leaves at 2am(1am EST) and will land in Panama around 6am. And our last flight will board around 9am and we should be to Dulles around 2pm tomorrow.

Please pray for smooth travels, ease through immigration in Bolivia, and quick transition through customs once we arrive home. Also pray that Adaline will sleep! She didn’t sleep hardly at all on the way here and we are concerned that she might do the same tonight.

We appreciate your prayers and support. Sometime in the next week we will be posting a blog with more specifics of what God did this week in Cochabamba.

Published by ryan.mcfarland

I am currently a missionary and the Communications Director at New Life Global Ministries. I love what I do and the people around me. Life is about following Jesus and loving people. I want to leave the world a different place than what I found it.

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