Friday, February 19, 2010


Sometimes life is challenging. Financial struggles, illness, and other trials can leave us wondering if God cares and if we'll make it. This week, we watched FAITH LIKE POTATOES, a South African film based on the true story of a very real man and his very real faith in a very real and BIG God!

It encouraged and inspired me and my husband when we watched the movie last week. Then last night, I pulled it out again and watched the "story behind the story" in the special features part. It was just what I needed to get a faith boost. As I mentioned yesterday, we've been discouraged and really hurting financially. It has made us question many things including our decision to go to Swaziland this September. The story's message was a powerful reminder that God does care and provide for His children and where HE leads, we need to GO even when we don't see how the provision is going to happen.

For as the main character Angus Buchan says, "the seed for a great miracle lies not in difficulty, but impossibility." We need to step out and obey God even when there are times that it seems downright reckless.

To read more about the real life of Angus Buchan and what God is doing thru the life of him and his family:

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