Over the weekend, some veteran missionaries came into Menya to preform my second language evaluation–a euphemism for language test. On a scale from zero to nine, they scored me at four, up two notches from last time. They said that I am consistently saying/hearing things correctly through level four, but added that I am delving into…
Everett watching our neighbors finishing off preparations for a new food garden.
Our A-1 partners served us dinner tonight restaurant style. They’re the best, like Joe’s avocados.
Village kids drying on a rock after a wash in the river.
Yesterday evening we had a meeting with our local influencers to discuss where we will hold our upcoming literacy class. Previously we were expecting to build a meeting place with the help of the local community. As it turns out, there is a recently constructed one-room school that, at most, only gets used from 8am until…
We are very thankful for the good machines and great pilots of NTM Aviation that keep us supplied here in Menya. (If you don’t usually click on our pictures to see them bigger, make an exception for this one.)
Wati with his daughter Lin, one of the first babies born after we moved in (more than two years ago)