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Legacy Letter March 2014

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Update on Leon Sexton (Angiogram) 2

Dear Friends and Fellow laborers,

I go into the hospital tomorrow, March 3rd, to finally have the angiogram and possible angioplasty performed. Please pray that all goes smoothly and successfully. Something is causing my heart to experience arrhythmia. This has been going on since the Feast of Tabernacles. I need a strong heart to complete whatever it is that Our Lord Jesus wants us to do over here in Asia.

I appreciate your heartfelt prayers for Gloria and myself during this time.

Serving the Great Messiah,
tlsig
T. Leon Sexton

How Y’all Doin’?

I guess I was in Texas too long. It just didn’t feel right over here in Thailand at Legacy without some cows. So, guess what? We got us some cows!

The plan is to raise cows for food and manure. We started with two cows and 2 calves. These are called “Wua Lampoon” or Lampoon Cows. Lampoon is a province just south of Chiang Mai. These cows are native to Southeast Asia and are red in color. Nice looking cows, don’t you think?

Legacy Cows 01

The cows arrive at Legacy’s Chet Rai Farm. Joe Htoo, Legacy’s new cowboy (far right) and
Leon Sexton inspect the goods before buying.

Legacy Cows 02

Leon Sexton in field with new cows

Legacy Cows 03

Mother and calf

Legacy Cows 04

Joe Htoo, Legacy’s cowboy, makes friends.

Tomorrow I will look at two more cows with calves and a bull.

tlsig
T. Leon Sexton

Legacy Leader 2014 – 2015

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Greetings Friends and Fellow Laborers,

Instead of our regular Legacy Letter, I am sending you our finished publication of the Legacy Leader for this year. Each year the Journalism classes put out our school publication called the Legacy Leader which has been written and laid out by Legacy teachers and students in Thailand. I think you will find what they have to say interesting and informative about the impact of the Legacy program on our students and volunteer teachers. Enjoy!

Please send any comments about this publication to mail@legacyinstitute.org

Sincerely,
tlsig
T. Leon Sexton
Headmaster
Legacy Foundation Leadership Training Center
Chiang Mai, Thailand

 

Legacy Leader 2014 - 2015

Legacy Leader 2014 - 2015

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Legacy Leader 2014 - 2015

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Legacy Leader 2014 - 2015

 

Update on Leon Sexton (Angiogram)

We ran into some paperwork problems and had to postpone the procedure for a few days. Bureaucracy is the same everywhere.

Waiting is never fun, but I trust the Sovereign Lord God to work out the details.

Please keep up the prayers to the Almighty for a successful procedure.

Thank you,
tlsig
Leon Sexton