Sunday, November 14, 2010

The Englunds are coming back to the US for a visit

HOMECOMING!!!

We are coming home! It has been almost two years since we stepped on US soil and we are excited about it. We will be arriving in San Francisco on the 20th of November and will be returning to Peru on the 6th of January. Our schedule will be rather busy, but we look forward to seeing as many of you as is possible.

There are a couple of dates that are important in our travels. We will be speaking at Karcher Church of the Nazarene in Nampa, ID on November 28th in the morning service. Also, we will be having a dessert function on the night of the 29th, also at Karcher. The time will be 6:30 and will be held in the Family Life Center. The church is located on the corner of Middleton Road and Karcher(Highway 55). You are all invited and we would be honored to see you there.

As for those in the Northern California area, we will be speaking in the AM services at Oroville Church of the Nazarene on the 2nd of January. You all are invited to join us there as well. Come out and hear about our ministry and how God has been working in Peru.

There are a couple of things that we have not figured out as of yet. We are looking for places to stay while we are in Idaho. If you would be interested in housing our family while we are in Idaho, please let us know via email at cuscoscott@gmail.com.

One of our goals for coming back to the US is to raise more ministry funds. It has been two years since we started this mission, and we need to develop more support to take us into the future. If any of you have been blessed and would like to partner with our ministry, we would love to talk with you while we are in the States. If you would like to meet with us personally, please let us know. You can contact us by email at cuscoscott@gmail.com. We need to augment our monthly resources as some of our original support has diminished over the time we have been on the field.

We look forward to seeing you all! The kids are crazy hyper knowing that they are going to get to see friends and family. Teri and I are also in need of a break from the pressure and workload that has been running us ragged for 2 years now. We cannot wait, and will continue to pray for those that are supporting our ministry.

See you soon!

The Englund Family

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