The story continues. All has gone well. I am settled in my seat for what is scheduled to be an 11 hour 50 minute flight across the Pacific Ocean. God just continues to orchestrate His adventure. On the flight from Boise to Seattle, I noted that the man next to me was reading, “The Case for Christ” by Lee Stroebel. I struck up a conversation with him and found out that he was a Physician’s Assistant returning home to Alaska. In the course of our conversation he mentioned that he had travelled to Indonesia, where he worked with a Christian mission that had a rural compassionate care program / clinic. “They struggle to find adequate supplies for their program,” He said. As he shared his story, not knowing mine, I smiled at God’s orchestration of the events of our lives, right down to our seat partners on a plane. Hmm…I wonder if I know of anyone who is in the ministry of providing medical supplies and equipment to developing clinics around the world? He and his wife were definitely surprised when I shared with them about the ministry of Hands of Hope Northwest. We finished our conversation by my explaining the process and providing them with the contact information that they would need to initiate a potential partnership with HOHNW. I started this trip exhausted and wanting to just find a seat on a plane to settle into and sleep, but this morning Connie and I prayed that God would strategically place me next to people of His choosing for the furtherance of His ministry. Once again – God is masterfully writing the pages of this story. To Him be the Glory!