|Keith and Doni|
Sunday past was filled with tearful good-byes, hugs, and photo moments. Faye Bascom, our resident photographer at Kingdom Life, snapped pictures of just about everyone embracing us as we said our individual good-byes. These pictures document what words could not adequately say: You will be missed. You are loved. We are forever bound by God. I hope to create a photo book of these cherished memories once we are settled.
And as our life in Nassau came to a close, and each "last" was experienced: our last beach trip, our last swim in the pool, our last trip to the food store, our last supper with friends, our last time in church, we saw the grace of God in taking us to Nassau. We are forever changed. Forever aware of life beyond the 50 states. Forever connected to a people we were not born into, but in being born-again through Christ, we have as an eternal family. And these thoughts bring comfort and joy to us.
Cedric asked what will we do about blogging now that "buntingsgobahamas.blogspot.com will no longer be current. That is still to be determined, we suppose.
So as we close this chapter of our Bahamian Bunting Life, know that for ever prayer you have prayed for us, every kind word said to us, and every gift you may have given us, God was at work in the midst of it. He was faithful, just as He said He would be. Enjoy some pictures of our last Sunday. Godspeed.
|Katie, Kristin, Keith, Alex Rolle, Vernika, Kara|
|The College of the Bahamas' Students|
|The Rolles and Kristin (minus Andre!)|
|Charonzo and Keith|
|Alexine and the Girls|
|Patrice, Kristin, Shelly, and Faye|
|Pastor Moss and Alexine with us|
|Lyndon and Shelly Nairn with us|
|Keisha and Calvin Dean with us|
|Aniah, Alex N., Kara, Abby, and Kendall|