With a Confused heart
Hello my friends and supporters of all kinds. The last couple of weeks have been difficult at the school I “volunteer” at. The deal was I volunteer and the kids get scholarships. Well, last week I was called in and told there had been changes to SARS (South African Revenue Service) ie…tax man. And it’s no longer legal for me to volunteer and my kids still remain getting scholarships. So we waited and waited and waited.
Today, I met with on the head HR guys at our school corporation and our head bursar. And, tomorrow is my last day at Waterstone College. It is with a heavy heart because I will miss all the relationships I have built over the last 4.5 years and miss the kids. One the other side, I am quite excited to see what the Lord has planned for the next stage of my missionary life. The kids will continue to get scholarships this year and Matthew was offered one for his final year next year. Grace will need to apply or we are considering homeschooling. Please be in prayer as we transition.
Romans 6:33-34 What you should want most is God’s kingdom and doing what He wants you to do. Then he will give you all these other things you need. So don’t worry about tomorrow. Each day has enough trouble of its own.