Do you remember Daniel Hazelwood?
C’mon of course you do!
I could go on and on about these two… How Natalia can humble me with her testimony and make me laugh through any trial. How twinkly Daniel’s eyes are at Sunday dinner and how they spiritually transform to solid brown when he is bringing worship. How Natalia became one of my dearest friends the very first time I met her and there has been no looking back since, and how I feel like I have known her for a lifetime. How they tell the most amazing stories. A week or so ago they were flown out to a church and the transformation was nearly unbelievable … all in a little church which had no idea other than they knew they wanted more!
Can you tell we love them!
So you remember them!
Well … he’s gone. That tall Texan just stepped into the jungles of Indonesia. For the next two weeks him and his most gorgeous wife, Natalia will be absorbed into the small villages which make up Indonesia. They will be welcomed by friends Natalia hasn’t seen in years. She lived there for a year and fell in love with the people. So much in love with the tribes of Indonesia, they scraped their last monies just to go back… they feel that strongly this is where He wants them. The worship will spill out of the thatch huts… can you imagine!?
“ It started almost 5 years ago. A team of 3 people sowed a year of their lives into one of the hardest and darkest places on this planet: Indonesia. They gave their all to see worship rise and to see Indonesia forever changed.” ~ from Daniel and Natalia’s website~
Please pray for them while they are in Indonesia… and go check out their website…
Wowzers… time to concentrate on the many things I have to be thankful for….
- Kids who love love learning!
- Snow and sun at the same time…beautiful.
- Noa singing (maybe a wee bit deliriously) while sporting a 104* temp,”We are all melting…just melting”
- Anne of Green Gables on all day Sunday…the girls loved it!
- How lately, Mondays always hold such revelation for me.
- A pair of red tail hawks who fly low past my bedroom window.
- Pickup trucks full of hay.
- Wood stacked neatly…and high.
- a brand new hyacinth with it’s strong perfume filling up my studio.
- Noa singing her, “I don’t have a fever” song while she dances around my room.