Build It And The Kosioreks Will Come

One of the challenges of missions ministry is the reality that it all happens “over there”, not here. You can’t touch, see, feel, smell, hear or even taste mission ministry from week to week like you can your own local ministry. The old adage, “out of sight out of mind” can apply often. With that in mind, when Eric Kosiorek shared with me the latest construction photos of the hospital complex he will be responsible for maintaining in Togo Africa, I thought I would post them here. In and of themselves these pictures do not make for an exciting blog post but, these are no ordinary pictures of some building going up in a far away place. This is where the Kosioreks will be serving the Lord.

We certainly do not want the ministry there to get out of our minds, so a visual prompter is in order. Give these pictures a look, then pray for the completion of this project and pray for the Kosioreks as they prepare to serve in these very walls!

3 thoughts on “Build It And The Kosioreks Will Come

  1. Hello Pastor,

    Thanks for posting the pictures and remembering us and especially the work in Togo. Friday actually began our classes in French. Earlier in the week was all setting up and introduction. It is definitely going to be intense.

    We are exc

  2. We are excited and can’t wait for Brenda to get here. Daniel is attending High at Jean Moulin and Michael at Combe de Savoie. They are really being thrown into it all, as far as learing

    On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 12:55 PM, Kosiorek, Eric & Brenda wrote:

    > Hello Pastor, > > Thanks for posting the pictures and remembering us and especially the work > in Togo. Friday actually began our classes in French. Earlier in the week > was all setting up and introduction. It is definitely going to be intense. > > We are exc > > >

  3. e learning French goes. Sorry for this message being so choppy. I must be accidentally hitting a button I shouldn’t be.

    Gotta go. We love you all and are keeping you and the Family and ministry at Grace in our prayers.

    Eric K.

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