I am still wearing a compression boot on my right foot, but I seem to be heading in the right direction. Originally, an x-ray revealed a hairline fracture, but since our last letter, I’ve had an MRI done, showing more extensive damage that the x-ray machine did not disclose.
Before the MRI, we held another Vacation Bible School. For this VBS, we used the facilities we are presently meeting in for our regular services. We averaged 30 young people each day that week, with 11 accepting Christ as their Saviour.
While I was wearing the compression boot, Theresa and I were able to do some door-to-door evangelism in a Haitian neighborhood and pass out 40 Creole New Testaments. In September, I tried a couple of times to stand and preach without using the boot, but I unknowingly hurt my foot when I believed I was getting better.
However, I do not like to major on the negative, as I know of one of our supporting pastors who is still in the saddle with Parkinson’s disease and another supporting pastor who is dealing with Stage 4 cancer. My temporary mishap fades in comparison, and I praise the Lord for the ministry of prayer. “I thank my God, making mention of thee always in my prayers.” (Philemon 1:4)
Thank you for the encouragement coming from you, both prayerfully and financially.
Keith & Theresa Baker