Guten Tag!

Guten Tag von Frankfurt Flughafen! We made it safely to Frankfurt and God is already blessing us on this trip. Kevin and I are enjoying spending some quality time together and making the most of this date time before we have a baby in tow. I am especially enjoying my husband's flight status and all the perks that go along with that. We were able to take a nice hot shower here in Frankfurt and enjoy some delicious food all for free.

Germany holds a special place in my heart because this is where I spent my childhood. It is incredible how much German I still understand and I am having fun translating things for Kevin and trying out my German. Wish we had more time here to visit. We keep talking about how the next time we are at this airport we will have Faith with us!! So excited to navigate through the airport with a baby strapped on.

On our flight here we sat next to Sue. Sue is on her way to meet up with her husband in Frankfurt to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. Her 2 oldest daughters are currently in Addis working with YWAM at an orphange. She and her husband are the directors for Justice Ventures International. Check them out at www.justiceventures.org There family has spent many years in India working in the red light district providing care and justice to those in slavery. We had a wonderful time talking about the issues surrounding human trafficking and hearing about how their family has spent thier lives working for the justice of others. Incredible! Please be in prayer for Sue and her family, especially her two teenage girls who are serving the children in Addis this summer.

We would like prayer for our next leg of the trip to Addis and our time with Elu and Teddy. Pray that we can share the gospel with them in a way that they will understand and for their hearts to be open to the Holy Spirit. Blessings!

Let justice roll on like a river, righteouness, like a neverending stream! Amos 5.24

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