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The Blessings and Burdens of Furlough July Blog Post 2019 Please pray as I write for this blog. I’m by no means a good or professional writer. I just want to share with y’all some things as we travel on our first furlough. Furlough: The technical term is, a leave of absence. A heart divided, As we began our first furlough from Mexico I have had an array of mixed feelings. Mexico and the Mexican people have grown very dear to my heart. I have grown to call Mexico my home. Home? Some might say you are American, America is your home. Yes I am American and very proud to be! There is a big part of me that calls America my home. I was born an American. I was raised American. My husband has proudly served our country in the US Army for 10 years. Two of my children and their families are here in the US. Three of my grand babies are here in the US. We have family here. America the best country in the world, yes is still my home! I am very excited the Lord has allowed me to be in America during our furlough on July 4th so we can be apart of the celebration of this great countries birthday. I am thankful for the freedom being American has given me. Thankful for the US flag, for the soldiers who have died and given for me to be an American and for me to be free. I am grateful for the families of the soldiers who have also given for me to be free. I will never be ungrateful for these wonderful blessings this country offers me. As a missionary God gives you a love for the country you are called to, the people you are called to minister to. In my case that country is Mexico, and the Mexican people. As we minister to these people we help them through struggles. We pray with them when they loose someone they love. We help them pray for the children that have gone astray. We are there to visit them when they are sick or in the hospital. We are there when they have their babies. We help council them when they need biblical advise. All this helps us grow closer to them and they become a huge part of us and a huge part of our lives and we grow to love them so deeply that coming back to the US on a furlough can be very difficult. Its hard to explain, but I almost feel as if I lead two different lives. My life in Mexico and my life here in the US. I love each life so much and would not change a single thing about it. Pray for us as we are here in the US and as we adjust being back in the US. For His Glory Lori Granger Romans 8:28
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July 2019

 

 

 

 

 
Kay’s Kamera
The Blessings and Burdens of Furlough July Blog Post 2019 Please pray as I write for this blog. I’m by no means a good or professional writer. I just want to share with y’all some things as we travel on our first furlough. Furlough: The technical term is, a leave of absence. A heart divided, As we began our first furlough from Mexico I have had an array of mixed feelings. Mexico and the Mexican people have grown very dear to my heart. I have grown to call Mexico my home. Home? Some might say you are American, America is your home. Yes I am American and very proud to be! There is a big part of me that calls America my home. I was born an American. I was raised American. My husband has proudly served our country in the US Army for 10 years. Two of my children and their families are here in the US. Three of my grand babies are here in the US. We have family here. America the best country in the world, yes is still my home! I am very excited the Lord has allowed me to be in America during our furlough on July 4th so we can be apart of the celebration of this great countries birthday. I am thankful for the freedom being American has given me. Thankful for the US flag, for the soldiers who have died and given for me to be an American and for me to be free. I am grateful for the families of the soldiers who have also given for me to be free. I will never be ungrateful for these wonderful blessings this country offers me. As a missionary God gives you a love for the country you are called to, the people you are called to minister to. In my case that country is Mexico, and the Mexican people. As we minister to these people we help them through struggles. We pray with them when they loose someone they love. We help them pray for the children that have gone astray. We are there to visit them when they are sick or in the hospital. We are there when they have their babies. We help council them when they need biblical advise. All this helps us grow closer to them and they become a huge part of us and a huge part of our lives and we grow to love them so deeply that coming back to the US on a furlough can be very difficult. Its hard to explain, but I almost feel as if I lead two different lives. My life in Mexico and my life here in the US. I love each life so much and would not change a single thing about it. Pray for us as we are here in the US and as we adjust being back in the US. For His Glory Lori Granger Romans 8:28