Carolyn a missionary with Iris brought me with her to Zoa, an NGO in S. Sudan. They have this thing here, it's quite remarkable technology, it's called wireless internet, and it loads websites in less than 10 minutes!!! So how does Jesus bring noodles? Meals at Iris are pretty basic, beans and posho. That's not really a problem for me in the sense that I'm not picky about food at all, but I have this slight problem of just not eating if I don't "feel" like eating. For about two days I just wasn't feeling hungry and beans and posho were not sounding appetizing, so I didn't really eat much. I got a little dizzy in the afternoon and I just prayed. God I know I need to eat, but I don't feel like eating posho today. I didn't spend an hour in intercession, I just sent up a quick prayer, and at dinner I was served NOODLES!!! I ate AN ENTIRE PLATE OF NOODLES. lol. The Lord is so faithful.
I am constantly in awe of the children on the Iris base. We have over 120 children that live in Yei Children's Village and they are remarkable. I'd love to just begin to pile out their stories, but I'll wait for another time!
Last night we had girl's bible study and all I could do was cry during worship. These girls WORSHIP. For about an hour they sang, got on their faces, danced, sang in tongues, and just entered in. When it was time to stop, they had to actually tell them to stop worshiping, I have a feeling that could have gone on for hours telling God how good He is. Tonight, we have a 4 hour prayer service from 8-12a. I. CAN. NOT. WAIT.
There's much more to say, but I'm running out of time. Love you all. Be Blessed, J. Tate