I had a good meeting with the pastor in Carcassonne. The Bible study went well last night also. It was cold at the market this morning. We even had some snow falling periodically. There were not many people at the market and we did not get to make any new contacts, but we did see two men that we had met previously and talk with them at length. It was cold. Angie had purchased these hand warmers that are interesting. Little gelatin sacks with a piece of metal inside, you bend the metal and the sack heats up and stays warm for about an hour. Afterwards you just boil it to reactivate it. It says it will work for 1,000 times. Interesting. As you can see in the picture my ankle looks worse, but it is feeling much better. I just have a slight limp. Tonight we have choir practice in Carcassonne, tommorrow is practice for the kids christmas program. Sunday afternoon there will be a meeting of the church members in Carcassonne to discuss several issues involving the future of the church. Remember them in your prayers. They have been such a help to us. I will try to attach a Christmas song at the end of these posts in December. Below is "Il est né le Divin Enfant", one of the most popular traditional French Christmas songs. I could not find a version with English Subtitles, so here is the English version, "He is born the divine Child". You can find the french version on YouTube as well. God bless, JASON
Je suis américain. Je suis en train d'implanter une église dans le sud de la France. Je suis marié depuis 16 ans à Angie. Nous avons cinq enfants. Lilia a 15 ans. Caleb a 12 ans. Micah a 11 ans, Andrew a 9 ans et notre benjamine - Arianna - est née en 2010. Ils sont mignons. J'ai appris le Français dans une école de langues près de Paris. Je voudrais travailler toute ma vie pour la Gloire du Seigneur.