Abby goes on a short term mission to Vienna Austria

March 26, 2009 at 8:02 1 comment

My daughter Abby has an exciting opportunity to work with Jeff McMullen and his team for two months in Vienna, Austria.  She is raising money to go with World Harvest Mission.  She is also working part-time. God is working in my daughter’s life.  She is smart, compassionate, and learning how to serve her Lord.  If any of you can give financially to her go to: and search for Abby Trask’s name and click on her name then follow the directions you are given.  Most of all she needs your encouragement and prayers.   Talk to her and find out what kinds of things she will be doing in Vienna, Austria. Jesus wants his followers to obey His voice and Abby is listening.


Entry filed under: Paul Trask's Life.

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  • 1. Dick Fisher  |  March 28, 2009 at 8:02

    Paul, I just discovered your blog. Glad to see that you are doing it. I will look forward to reading it and commenting. I am glad (if that is the right word) that you will have more time to read, reflect, pray, and enjoy your family. I know that it was hard for you to stop teaching because you poured your heart and soul into it for years. You will still be teaching us all how to live securely in the love and the Providence of God.

    Jessica and Andy and the kids just arrived from TN and will be here until next Thursday so I may not write much to you while they are here. I do look forward to our more regular interaction. Best Friends, Dick


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