Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Feeling off the bubble

level_bubble I have to confess, I haven’t been feeling entirely on the level health-wise for the past couple of weeks, but this week in particular. I wake up feeling nauseous and tired and it really isn’t until noon that I feel reasonably normal.  Thankfully, I work from home most days now and so there isn’t the rush to get to the office.  But I would appreciate your prayers. I don’t know what to make of it and I doubt that much really needs to change medically.  I just feel run down.  Of course, it probably has a lot to do with the humidity. Praise God for AC.

This week, the mission officially began its search for a new CEO. I will stay with the mission once this person is found, but in a role more in line with my physical issues.  I will blog more about this in the days to come.  For now, please know that this was my idea and that the mission is no way pushed me into this. Quite honestly, I think they would have been willing for me to stay as CEO for as long as I wanted to, but I really feel that this is the best for our work with the persecuted church. And that is what really matters to me!


Anonymous said...

This morning as 3 of us met for prayer one of the ladies asked if there was any news of you. I told her there had been very little health news. It was my suspicion that you weren't doing too well because you weren't writing much on your blog. She prayed for you. We so much appreciate your writing on different topics. Eunice

Glenn Penner said...

Yeah, you were right. I have never wanted to be identified by my health alone and so this is why I write on a variety of subjects both here and on the mission blogs and Thanks for your prayers!