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Summer 2011

Summer 2011

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News from Randy and Ronda
News from Randy and Ronda

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Published by: Ronda Corn on Jul 22, 2011
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Summer arrived on June 21
and July is soaring by. We have been privileged toserve and minister in several different capacities and the word flexible seems tostand out in our minds. God desires for us to be flexible and even fluid as we servehim. He says to always be ready to give an answer for the hope that we have to any-one who asks. Our hope is in Jesus Christ and we can’t wait to share the “GoodNews” with others.In April, Randy taught leadership evangelism at the National Disaster RelieRoundtables meetings in Lynchburg, VA. Ronda worked registration and greetedall the folks staying at Eagle Erie Baptist center for the meetings. While we wereattending, tornadoes ripped through the South causing major damage on April28
. The Disaster Operation Center (DOC) was activated on April 29
. The DOC islocated inside the North American Mission Board and is the central hub for coordi-nating disaster relief responses when disasters occur and states request assistance.Ronda and I reported to the Disaster Operation Center on May 2
and worked thruMay 6
. We assisted with coordinating a multi state response due to the many tor-nadoes that ravaged the south and destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses.The primary focus was Tuscaloosa, Alabama where tornadoes touched down de-stroying homes, business and taking lives. We assisted with mobilizing SouthernBaptist Disaster Relief Volunteers and equipment. There was great need for DR Chaplains, especially in the communities where lives had been lost. Romans 10:15says, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news”. Often, those feetare disaster relief volunteers responding to victims with physical help while offer-ing spiritual hope
 A highlight of the week was when I met Saul, a native of Guatemala, and a clean-ing supervisor at the North American Mission Board. We began a secular con- versation that led to a spiritual ending. Saul shared with me that he was not aChristian. When I asked Saul if he would like to know how to have a relationship with Christ, he eagerly said yes. Because he was on the job, we decided it would be best if he came back at his break. Saul returned to the Disaster OperationCenter and I grabbed a couple of bottles of water and we proceeded to a foyerarea just outside the office to sit and talk. I had searched for a tract and foundthe very last Eternal Life Tract in a brochure rack at the front lobby. It was not acoincident that this was the last one and that it was written in Spanish and Eng-lish. Saul was anxious to hear what I had to say. We went through the tract oneparagraph at a time. When we completed the tract, I asked Saul if he under-stood what we had read and asked if he would like to pray and ask Christ to behis personal Savior. He eagerly replied yes! I had the privilege of praying forSaul and then Saul prayed with much certainty, the sinner’s prayer. I have en- joyed getting to know Saul and visiting with him when we are at NAMB.
Matthew 9:37-38
 Then he said to his disci-ples, “The harvest isplentiful but the workersare few. Ask the Lord of the har- vest, therefore, to sendout workers into his har- vest field.”
July, 2011
Saul and Randy
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