November News originally sent 11-5-2018November 30, 2018 - Author: Editor
Psalm 107:22 (NASEC)
Let them also offer sacrifices of thanksgiving, And tell of His works with joyful singing.
October was a very full month for the Hill family! There was unpacking, setting up home and house, learning Alaska culture again, two trips into Anchorage to stock up, Sharathon at the Radio Station, Home school starting, and seeing God work through it all! It was topped off this Sunday evening, November 4th, with a spectacular view of the “northern lights” in the 20 below zero. They stretch from one end of the sky to the other in their typical green hues with tints of red, and then all of a sudden they burst forth in waves, dancing to unheard music, in brilliant red, green, white, and tints of blue. It was truly a demonstration of God’s handiwork!
This Friday, we are looking forward to greeting a work team coming up from our church in Manley, Nebraska, and we hope that God will give them a show like He did for us tonight. They will be here a few days to help with the cabin construction for Michelle Eastty. We have seen much progress on this building project, including getting heat installed this past Saturday. The kids are excited too, because Grandma and Grandpa Eaton are on the work team and will be staying with us while they are here.
Scott has been able to address some of the many issues on the list that KCAM had ready for him and he has added a few more things to the list as well. Sometimes you can’t fix what is broken without first fully breaking it and understanding why it was broken in the first place. “Little technical fires” are slowly being put out as he has time to work on them while he settles into his job. Praise the Lord that Scott was able to “resurrect” the Bomgar remote access appliance this last week! This will help all the staff in being able to have remote access from home or on the road when they are “on call”. Please pray for a new situation that has occurred – our tower’s top beacon light has shorted out and will need replacing and climbing the tower in these cold temperatures can be dangerous for the crew we get to replace it.
October was also a Birthday month in our family, Lydia turned 14 on the 19th and Scott celebrated with his nephew Kyle Hatfield on the 29th. Well, actually we celebrated the birthday on Saturday, the 27th, since we were in Soldotna to pick up the Suburban that Uncle James drove up to Alaska for us.
Thank you for being a part of what God is doing in our lives as we serve Him here in Alaska, we are grateful to our God for the team He has called together to help KCAM stay on the air broadcasting the Good News to the Copper River Valley. Let us hear from your world in how God is answering prayer and working in your lives.
In His service,
Scott and Sarabeth Hill and family