I left Jamestown with one prayer; that we could sow seeds
of hope, and trust God for a harvest of faith.
During our extended stay ar the Moscow Airport, we had the
extreme priviledge to meet a wonderful man named Olig.
He is a kind man, who inspite of great distress and hardship,
placed our needs as a priority. (Olig is the pilot mentioned in the article
"Just Getting There") During conversation we had
many opportunities to share our faith. Olig told us that he
and his wife had begun to attend church. He explained that they
had lost their son to the Chechnya War in February. His wife was
not coping with this tremendous loss. They were broken and
searching for comfort and hope. We had the marvelous priviledge
of praying with him right there at the airport. He asked
us to get him a Bible. We promised to bring he and his
wife before the Lord in prayer. Our first seeds of hope
were planted in broken soil.