I spent a good portion of an afternoon this week purging my files. My cabinet was overflowing with papers, and it was time to rid it of all that wood pulp.
In one file, I found a miracle.
Words from our dear friend Keith Willhite, Patrick’s preaching professor from Dallas Theological Seminary.
He wrote to us on December 11, 2002. He died months later in 2003 from brain cancer.
He wrote: “I’m definitely not a missiologist, but I see God using your family in significant ways in Sophia Antipolis (I’m not a prophet either). You know this, of course, but remember that just because it’s not smooth or easy does not mean that God is not directing your steps with His grace. In fact, it may signal His presence all the more.”
Amen, Dr. Willhite. Your words to us mean even more as you dance in heaven. Thank you.