Tickets – Travel plans
It is hard for me to believe that in 34 days Joshua and I will be on a plane heading towards Thailand. We have 5 planes, 48 hours of travel time, 25 hours of flying time and over 10,000 miles to travel. Joshua and I are overwhelmed by the way doors keep opening for our trip. We are so thankful for all you who are praying for us.
Monday morning Joshua and I dropped our Visa applications in the mail! This is exciting news ya’ll. You can visit Thailand without a visa if you are staying under 30 days. We need Visa’s which means we while be staying a while (at least 2 years). I have a hard time envisioning how long we will be there, so that part is totally up to the Lord.
International Drivers License
Yep- we are got these. In Thailand they drive on the left, yes you read that right. Please be praying for us. We’ve driven on the left before, that is not what worries me. Driving in Thailand is a different kind of driving.
Home – We have a home!
Here are just a few pictures of our home for when we get to Thailand. The great thing is we will be able to travel from the airport to our home.
Prayers are always needed. We have a lot of moving parts going on and travel about to take place. The kids are staying behind for a bit (get caught up here: Last News Letter) but will be joining us in August. We have not met our goal for partnership yet (but God never fails). The Lord is GOOD and He will always see us through.
Joshua and I have been reading Relentless by John Bevere for over a year now. This book has much meat in it that we need time to digest. Last night we read something that shook me to the core. I’m going to share it with you. Joshua and I are confident that we are acting in the will of God! Until next, we love you and value you all.
Prayer and faith without corresponding action is nothing other than religious exercise and a waste of time. To be fervent in prayer means your heart, mind, soul, and body are determined to receive, and you act accordingly. Because you are confident that you are acting in God’s will, you refuse to take no for an answer.
Joshua and Tina DuBois