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Kim and Vivian Walden
NOVEMBER 2008

Kim and Vivian Walden
241 Old Forge Hill Rd
Jersey Shore, PA 17740
  kwalden7@juno.com
kwalden7@blogspot.com
 
Dear Friends,
Thank you for your kindness and prayers. God has sent some blessings our way and we would like to share them with you. Easter was especially meaningful for us this year as we thought about the truth and impact of the resurrection of Christ. The Groves family, whose father died of cancer within weeks of Olivia, spent the day with us. We had prayed for them as they had for us and it was comforting to be together on this day of hope and victory.

In May of this year, our son Schuyler graduated from Philadelphia Biblical Institute with a Bachelorís degree in Biblical Studies. All of our children attended his graduation and we were able to go to the beach for a few days for some good family time. More than ever, we treasure these times. Schuyler is planning on spending this year in Korea teaching English at a Christian elementary school in Seoul. Lord willing, he will head over in August for a yearlong commitment.

In June Kim went to Kentucky on a mission trip with the young people of our local church here. It was a good time to get to know the kids better and also have part in an outreach. Kim has also been very busy with projects here at the NTM Center. He has been putting in long days getting our jungle camp ready for college groups which will begin coming in August. We are looking forward to our busiest time of the year. It is always encouraging to be around college students who are interested in bringing the message of Christ to unreached people groups around the world.

As we look toward the future we are asking for Godís guidance. We do not know how much longer we will remain here in Pennsylvania and are thinking and praying about going overseas for a yearlong mission trip. Please pray for clear direction and peace of mind for us both.

Thank you for your prayers for our family. In this still difficult time, peace is ours only when we look to God and trust Him as the wise, loving, sovereign God that He is.

Sincerely,
Kim and Viv