> Here is the latest with Bruce & Arieta.
> The US Embassy in Fiji today terminated their Visas and will not let them
> return home to Seattle. They were also told that they may not appeal this
> The reason they were given for the termination was that the Embassy official
> felt that Bruce has studied too long in the USA, so he terminated the Visas.
> When Bruce asked him about their children (still here in the US), the embassy
> told Bruce that it was not their (the embassy) problem.
> Just for the record: Bruce and Arieta were legal and approved to continue his
> studies in the CGSL program. The decision rendered by the US Embassy in
> Fiji is baseless. There is no legal reason for this decision.
> In the meantime, Bruce and Arieta are stranded in Fiji while their children are
> here. Bryan Johnson and I are working on the situation and trying to see if
> we can get government officials here to put pressure on the embassy.
> I ask that everyone contact their church prayer ministries and continue to
> intercede .
> I will try to keep everyone updated on tis matter. Bruce assured me that he and Arieta
> are staying strong, appreciate all of you praying for them and they know that God is
> in charge.
> Chris Ward