YES! Senegal Visits Resting in His Grace!

A special ‘hats-off-thank-you’ to WordPress! The recent addition of the tool to allow us to see where our traffic is coming from is awesome, but the surprise this morning makes having this tool even more appreciated!

Someone in Senegal stopped by for a visit! THANK YOU! That, of course, is where the Boyd family is preparing to go and serve as missionaries for our Lord, Jesus Christ! 

…couldn’t resist sharing this with you, friends.

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Seeking the rest that is only promised and found in Christ Jesus, along with my treasured wife of more than twenty-five years, we seek to grow in our relationship with our Heavenly Father, walk with the Holy Spirit as He moves our hearts, loving others always as Jesus loves us, and carry the news of His glory, the wonderful gospel, that gives light and life where there once was only darkness.
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7 Responses to YES! Senegal Visits Resting in His Grace!

  1. Clark Bunch says:

    The beauty of Christian blogging is anyone can have a global ministry from anywhere. I post all my sermons (including some I have written but never preached) on my blog. If a local church pastor in Russia or Iowa use that material, then I have been a part of reaching people there with the Word. Paul said one plants, another waters, but God gives the increase. Only he knows (at this point in time) the full impact of everything we do.

    To anyone reading my blog: if my bullets fit in your gun, shoot!

  2. Clark Bunch says:

    If you visit my blog, take a look at the bottom of the right-hand side bar. I have been using a feature for the past couple of years called Cluster Maps. If you click on the icon image you can read more detailed info and also find out how to install your own – which I guess is now unnecessary thanks to country stats.

    I am encouraged by views from places like India and China, where missionaries sharing the Gospel or bringing Bibles are not always welcome. By the way, I checked my own stats pretty carefully and seem to have no views from Senegal. Congrats!

  3. granbee says:

    Isn’t the world wide web and wordpress just fabulous! I view them both as true gifts of God to me these past six months! So wonderful that you guys have contact directly from someone in Senegal, the new home of your friends, the Boyds! Hallelujah!

  4. isaiah43123 says:

    Seeing where our seeds are planted… exciting!
    Keep the Faith!

  5. I love the new feature as well…someone’s reading me in Syria, in Italy, in Korea….this is pretty interesting…

  6. shekinah419 says:

    That is a cool feature, isn’t it? I haven’t checked lately but last I did, in my 3rd week of blogging my blog had visitors from 15 countries. Humbling when you consider!

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