Out and About with the Silcott’s
Dear Praying Friends,
Jane: Do you have 2020 vision? When our eyes are focused on Christ we do. Now we see “darkly”, but in heaven we will see the true, eternal reality – Jesus Christ. Even as the stones were furled, Stephen saw the glory of Jesus.
For now, we see through a glass,
darkly; But then face to face:
I Cor. 13: 12
In January, Timothy ministered in Richmond, Indiana and Texarkana, Arkansas. In Richmond he recorded two programs for Glory Bound on Public Access TV, saw several children made professions of faith, and served at a Sunday Afternoon service at a church plant. In Texarkana he preached and taught at Lighthouse Baptist Fellowship.
Meanwhile, I remained in Pierceton, Indiana with my parents John & Jean Baughman. I was recovering from a corneal ulcer in my right eye. I needed frequent eye appointments, because my eye was raw and had an infection. In late January I was cleared, and my parents drove me to Missionary Acres in Missouri to meet Timothy halfway. Some scar tissue is centered over my pupil and is affecting my eyesight. In the mornings and in bright light, I still have severe pain.
In February, we served together for an additional Sunday in Texarkana. Then we traveled to Albuquerque where we ministered at Desert Hills Baptist Church and Charity Baptist Church.
The Silcotts, Timothy and Jane