I fail to see how one can spend much time in Guam and not see the fingerprints of God all over this island. A few pictures should suffice to make my point.
I’ve spent time getting to know just a few of the wonderful people here, fellow servants on Kingdom journeys of their own. A lot of Faith Walkers here, people who have stepped out without knowing where God was taking them, so I feel pretty comfortable.
We did some sight-seeing with our new friend Mario. First stop was to Two Lover’s Point where two Romeo and Juliet types leaped to their death down this hole.
Here is the picturesque view over Tumon Bay from that lofty perch:
We stopped at a National Park commemorating the Battle for Guam in WWII. I got a picture of the sign to fulfill our family tradition.
The church in the distance below is where Magellan supposedly came ashore a long, long, time ago.
And here is my favorite Veggie Tales moment. A water buffalo. There are a lot of them around here. Seriously.
This is the view from my thinking spot where I have been reading Circle Maker by Mark Batterson. Superb book. Life-transforming.
If you think of it, please pray for the leadership training sessions starting in a few hours. We are 14 hours ahead of EST so you do the math. I’m sure God will honor your prayers regardless of when the reminder hits you.
The flight home will be a long one again, but the energy from this island and what God is doing here should sustain me.
Thanks for your prayers and support.