Happy New Year 2013

At Christmas we remember that “the Word became flesh and dwelt among us……full of grace and truth” John 14. We have had 9 months at home in the U.K. with a wonderful family Christmas in Scotland and as we leave tomorrow again for the Solomon Islands we go in the knowledge of “God’s abundant provision of grace” Romans 17. We feel sad to say goodbye again but look forward to seeing old friends and the challenges ahead. We hope that the internet will be more reliable this time following the installation of a satellite dish at Helena Goldie Hospital with funding from the South Pacific Secretariat.

We are going via Adelaide and Melbourne to meet up with people there who support H.G.H. and the College of Nursing; we will arrive in Honiara next Tuesday. It has been lovely to see family and friends during our time at home: we are grateful for your interest and support. We claim God’s promise to Paul in 2Cor 12 9 “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness”.

4 thoughts on “Happy New Year 2013

  1. Clare

    Graham and Jenny,
    Glad you had a lovely Christmas. We wish you safe travels as you set off again on this long journey and keep you in our prayers. Look forward to reading your updates from time to time. Clare

  2. Janet Wilson

    God bless you both as you journey to your calling. As always love and prayers are sent from Woodside and we will follow your adventures and pass on events here in Horsforth.

    God bless


  3. Debbie Daley

    Hello Graham & Jenny,
    We trust your trip back to the Solomon’s via Adelaide & Melbourne has gone well & was uneventful. Hoping that you managed to catch up with Mick Willis & John Catty & that they were able to supply the answers you were looking for. We know the people of the Solomon’s will be glad to see you again. Are you going to be based at Helena Goldie Hospital? We are glad to hear that the internet service may have improved at the hospital. Kindest regards, Debbie Daley

    1. admin Post author

      Hello Debbie,

      We are based at HGH and the internet is better most of the time. We did manage to see John Caddy in Adelaide, but the water supply here remains a problem with new issues. We will do our best!

      Best wishes, J & G


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