July 17, 2009

To the children in Taiwan: I’ll remember you. I’m also praying for you and I hope you will keep practicing your English!
To those in the States: Thank you for praying! I continue to be amazed at the way simple truths, like seeds, can bring lasting results in my own life and the lives of children and families we have the honor to serve.

Today we leave Nan Jung Junior High School. Wesley and Julianna will take up the baton in August to start year two. A great pioneering effort is coming to a good close. Yesterday’s chalk-talk, again, went well and I took the easel to the Pastor’s son in the afternoon. Who knows, maybe he will use it even more than I have.

And tomorrow we head to Shin-Ju! It will be great to finish camps where I first started them two years ago. “To every thing there is a season”.


  1. Jack and Jen July 17, 2009 at 12:28 am #

    QinAi4De5 Donald,
    Shi2Jian Guo4De5ZhenKai4,Liang3Nian2 Yi2Xia4Zi5 FeiGuo4. Xie4Xie5Ni3 Dui4 Taiwan De5Ai4.
    Wo3Men5 Hui4 Xiang3Nian4Ni3.

    Time flies,two years quickly pasted. Thank you for your love to the children in Taiwan. We will miss you. Thank you thank you thank you!

  2. Toby July 17, 2009 at 1:36 am #

    Dear Donald,

    I am Toby. I joined the Nan Juna English Summer Camp during July 10~13. Did you remember me? I surprised you have leave Nan Jung Junior High School today.

    Welcome to join the World Game 2009 Kaohsiung!!

    July 17,2009′

  3. Sophie July 18, 2009 at 7:12 am #

    Hi? Donald,

    I am Sophie.I have already started to miss you.
    I hope that I can learn from you again.I will keep practice and learn English.Thanks for your teaching.



  4. Hannah Wilkes and Esther July 20, 2009 at 5:55 pm #

    We are glad to hear that your chalk-talk went well! It will be so good see you again soon!

  5. Daniel and Mom July 21, 2009 at 7:14 pm #

    That is wonderful to hear, Donald! It sounds like you have made some great friends there. We can’t wait to see you…next week!

  6. James July 22, 2009 at 11:48 pm #

    It is a very happy thing to think of your return; but it is a sad thing to think of you leaving a work in which you have invested two years of your life. Instead of cutting short a ministry, may this be a time of expanding your horizons!

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