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On the Hillside – Sharing the Journey – What are you Doing – March Newsletter.

March 27, 2020 - Author: Editor - No Comments

Colossians 3:23-24 (nasb) – Whatever you do, do your work heartily,
as for the Lord rather than for men,
knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance.

“hunker down” Greetings,

        So…what are you doing while you “hunker down”? Well, here is something to lighten your day and find out what God IS doing, check out our attached newsletter!

        As we home school and work in a ‘critical’ service ministry…nothing much has changed to our “self-quarantined” family here in rural Alaska during the Pandemic. We understand that this is not true for millions of people and we recognize the opportunity that God is giving us to share His love to a hurting world. Philippians 2:3-4 encourages us to look out for others interests while we take care of our own. This is a way we can share with our neighbor the love our Heavenly Father has for us and the trust that we put in Him to meet all our need. I have had my share of short-lived moments of angst when I viewed the bare shelves at the stores – knowing that they may not fill for a while. However, those moments passed quickly when God reminded me that He will supply our needs and that we need to have compassion, just a Jesus had compassion. So … His peace reigns in our house as much as a house with 8 kids can be peaceful and we press on in the work He has prepared for us to do!

        Remember to reach out to us when you can and share your prayers and praises that you want us to partner in. We love to hear from you, too! Enjoy reading the newsletter.

In His service,
Scott and Sarabeth Hill and family

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