Plugged into 220

23 09 2017

We’ve been on the road for a month. We’ve slept in many beds and plane seats, ate at many tables and sat in many chairs. Best of all we met many wonderful people. Tomorrow we go to our “home” in the Philippines till we launch out to the deep again. We are all for Christ and plugged into 220. Galatians 220 that is.

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We’re “scited”!

16 09 2017

After a good week of ministry in the Seattle and Portland-areas, we’re going to Spokane today. Our family there is “scited” for our visit. So are we! To those who are praying for us, thank you very much!





What’s a typical day like for you?

9 09 2017

After a delightful week in Groton with family, we’re in Seattle. We arrived at 10 last night from Providence, via Detroit, less a check-in. It went to Atlanta so hopefully we’ll get it this morning. Last night we sleep well after eating a packed lunch we carried for hours in our carry-ons. Today we move to a friend’s place, do laundry and prepare for ministry tomorrow in a Filipino church. We’re asked often what a typical is like for us. My response is typically “A typical day? How much time do you have and I’ll tell you?”. We are learning to enjoy the journey.





Anchored not drifting

2 09 2017

We had a great week in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul with family and friends. We also had several meetings and ministered at the Filipino-American Christian Church. Thursday we went to Mystic, Connecticut and a fun day in Boston with Amos and his family. We are not drifters but anchored to the Lord Jesus, family, friends and our brethren in Christ. We’re here till Friday when we go to Seattle where we’ll minister in a church and work in our office for a few days.





Well worth the jet-lag

26 08 2017

We arrived in Minneapolis Tuesday evening in good shape with all our luggage. We’ve been busy with appointments with family and friends. Tomorrow we minister in a Filipino church then we have a get-together of Mary Ann’s siblings. Thursday we’ll go to the East Coast to visit family so another time change. Jet-lag is the pits but it’s well worth it to visit family and friends.





Hosting, eating, praying, preaching & packing

19 08 2017

We had a busy week thru Thursday. Sunday to Tuesday morning we hosted a guest and Wednesday a potluck with a prayer meeting. Thursday I had a Board meeting for an organization I serve with. It’s good Friday was somewhat slower because I needed time to prepare Sundays message and Mary Ann had projects at home which needed to be done. Tomorrow I preach at Gates of Praise and Tuesday we leave for the US. Today and Monday is packing. But first laundry.

Jeff Anderson
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Great visit, wonderful people, God is good

12 08 2017

We arrived at our destination Monday early morning after two days of travel to another southeast Asian country. We left yesterday after a great visit with wonderful people. We arrive in Manila this afternoon. Tomorrow through Tuesday morning we host a visiter from the US then we’ll settle down the rest of the week before we hit-the-road again. It’s a blessing meeting people and making new friends. As we say often “God is good all the time and all the time God is good.” Even while we try to sleep in airplane seats.