Each Sunday morning brings a new situation lately. I've been able to worship at a few congregations already this trip...Christ Lutheran, Bethlehem United Methodist (Christmas Eve), St. John Blymire's, and St. Paul Trinity Lutheran in West York. I'm planning to visit Bethlehem United Methodist, Otterbien United Methodist, and Cornerstone Fellowship as well. It's great to have the chance to share the story of what God does through supporters of ASAPH. Last Spring two members of St. Paul Trinity connected us to several brass instruments. They were shipped, they arrived, and they have been played. I was able to show them a picture of the cases on the day they arrived in Pas-bwa-dom. It's great to have a chance to show folks how their help is real and practical.
Things are coming together for the next ASAPH concert. We're planning several original songs of mine. GENTLE RAIN is an instrumental song that expresses the work that good teaching does...it falls like gentle rain. A to Z HYMNS is a latin groove that quotes 26 different hymns, well, 25. Q is such a crazy letter. ELWOOD is a be-bop song that features ASAPH HORNS playing along with a drummer from Haiti--via video. This year's concert will again feature the REVELATION BAND from CLC and some fine horn players: Craig Kenney, Mike Hartman, Alyssa Kenney, and perhaps some more.
Come and enjoy the concert, and be a blessing to the folks that are ministered to each day by ASAPH Teaching Ministry.
Missionary in Haiti.