Support and Finances

Well, thanks to all of my wonderful supporters, I’m sittin’ pretty on finances right now. At my last report God had provided 1,230 dollars through people who donated. On top of that, I’m making 60 dollars per day from a camp that’s renting Ao-Wa-Kiya for two weeks. And my bank account was already sitting at 1,400 dollars. That means that I think I can survive with little or no more support, as long as I only spend on the bare necessities, which is fine with me. I’m just content right now with being able to stay here at camp for the length of my internship. I’d also like to help support my fellow interns if I can, because I know they’re tight on funds right now (you know them married folk).

In other news, I’m getting settled into my new room. I took over a room that’s getting replaced by a new room in the new building. the problem is that the new building isn’t done yet. So we had to box up a lot of stuff and move it to the room next door to settle me in. We’re still working on it, but we have most of that stuff out, and I’m getting all moved in. My friend TJ is also living in here with me, and has been helping move stuff out, rearrange furniture and build features (like a towel rack, etc.). It’s feeling a little more like home every day.

As for prayer requests, pray for my personal walk with Christ and devotional life, as neither have seen much consistency in the past few weeks. Also my girlfriend Rachel is having some family issues, and it’s wearing on her a lot, which affects me too. Pray that God would give her a peace about what’s happening and that He would comfort her in knowing that He’s in control.

And that’s my life in a nutshell. thank you again to all who have supported me in prayer and those who have sent money. I would not be here without both types of support.

His Truly,
Stephen

2 Responses to “Support and Finances”

  1. Josh Says:

    Hey Steve. Glad to hear that all is going well for you. Its great what you are doing. I hope someday, somewhere we will meet up again. I have a lot of fond (and mostly hilarious) memories of you and the gang at Frontier. Oh…and I agree, there is nothing like a towel rack to make somewhere feel like home.

  2. A True Worshiper Says:

    Hey! It’s really great that you are settling in there. I will keep Rachel in my prayers. Family crap is the worst kind. And you KNOW I know what I’m talking about. I’m really glad you have a place where you feel at home. It sounds like your life is moving in a good direction. I know you’ve had questions about direction in the past. I’m praying God blesses others through you during your internship there.

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