Thursday, 29 November 2007

Greetings from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  I am very pleased with how the trip is going so far.  I can't tell you how much I appreciate the kindness and hospitality that the brethren here have shown Anne and myself.  Most days one of the families have taken it upon themselves to "look after" us, taking us out to meals and organizing studies for us to have, often with new people who seem that they might be interested in the gospel.  These seems to be quite a few good contacts here in K.L. right now and that is very exciting!

We had a quieter day yesterday - I needed it after Tuesday's day long study session and then studying again in the evening.  Anyway, we were able to get a few things done.  Anne has found herself in a difficult situation regarding her nurses registration.  It is due on the 30th of this month and on the form it said that she could register online.  Well, she got over her and found out she CAN NOT register on line!  It has to be handed in in person of by post.  We had to find a way to get the documents to Perth ASAP (without registration Anne cannot work). The post here would take too long so we had to courier them.  With the helpful man at the front desk of the hospital we managed it. 

We had a service at the church building last night and I taught on "The Tree of Life", tying it in with the Old Testament studies I have been doing here.  Not all were there but those that were there seemed to appreciate the message.

Today we are spending the day with Jackson, meeting his girlfriend, Shirley's mother and then doing some sightseeing.  I'll let you know about that later.

Bye for now,


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