Mu Nai’s sister to move from Austin, TX
About 3 weeks ago Eh Le Say [A Lay Say] began talking to me about his wife’s sister having arrived in Austin, Texas. He had talked to her on the phone and found out she did not have any relatives nearby to assist her with the resettlement process. Eh Le Say wanted to have her come to High Point. We began asking the Texas resettlement agency for help and discovered that he would have to pay for the move himself. Eh Le Say works in the laundry at our local hospital and has now saved enough money to buy them a plane ticket to North Carolina. They will fly to Raleigh on October 15.
I was very concerned about how the newly arrived widow (Than Hla [Than Law]), with her two sons would be able to make such a trip. This morning God answered prayer through Pastor Mark Weaver of New Hope Wesleyan Church in Austin, TX. He will work on making sure she and the boys get to the airport and on the plane to fly to North Carolina. Pastor Weaver is pictured below along with his testimony.
We need your prayers now as Eh Le Say works out a plan to financially support this extended family, providing them with housing and food.