Month: November 2009


The Saturday morning bible study in Tete is going very well. We are averaging around 15 people the majority of whom are men. Around eighty percent are French speaking Congolese refugees and twenty percent Zulu locals. Someone is always willing to translate for those who […]

Entuthukwent Creche

Meet the children at Entuthukwent Creche and Preschool. We spent a fun morning with Angel and her children. They were all very happy to sing songs for us and show off their counting skills. Angel said fifteen of the children are orphans and live with […]

Bridget's 13th Birthday

Bridget’s 13th birthday was celebrated this weekend with a swim party. Last year we were visiting family in America so this was the first time she had a summer birthday. She thought that was very cool. It was a special treat to have Aunt Letha with us for this occasion. Bridget made homemade play dough for the young kids to take home and Letha made one of her famous cakes. I am still getting requests for the recipe, which of course is a family secret. Many members of our South African family were present for the festivities. We are very privileged to have friends all over the world who accept and love us as family.


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Democratic Republic of Congo

┬áNovember 2, 2009 Revelation 2:8-9 (NASB) 8 “And to the angel of the church in Smyrna write: The first and the last, who was dead, and has come to life, says this: 9 ‘I know your tribulation and your poverty (but you are rich), and […]