First oil change. He couldn’t quite get that filter loose though.
While expounding upon truths of the gospel in Menya, I’ve got to keep my head on a swivel—never know who’s sneaking up with a bush knife.
At our small group meeting on Friday we had a lively discussion about different customs (like playing cards) and whether or not they are sinful.
Two weeks ago Api told me that his wife’s brothers were visiting from their village about half a day’s walk away. Api was developing plans to do some outreach in their village. As a first step, we decided we should take trip up there to visit.
Our Friday morning small group is still going strong. Every week follows this pattern: Everett and I go outside around 6:45am to build a fire. People stroll up between then and 7:15-ish depending on how cold it is (colder mornings slow people down considerably). Then we chat for a few minutes while Elizabeth passes out…
Leftovers just got a lot easier. Thanks to our new batteries we can power a microwave! We just used it for the first time.
A year or so ago I wrote a post about our friends Ken and Lepo, comparing them to Abraham and Sarah in their quest to get a baby by adding another wife to their family. Their “Ishmael” was born to the second wife and given to Lepo, and is the sweetest little girl, named Ruthie.…