Saturday we hiked to visit Edwin and family at one of their bush-gardens (that’s a garden in the jungle, not one owned by a beer family.) For Elizabeth and the kids, it was the farthest trek into the bush to date. Lot’s of fun!
For our lesson last night we moved inside our office-house to use the TV. I showed a portion of The Passion as I taught about Jesus’ death. Then I left them to stew for few days after explaining Jesus’ sacrifice. We’ll meet again Monday evening to follow up.
[We had to move my lantern outside the tarp because it was a “rain-fly” night. All I saw for the whole night was silhouettes.] Attendance has been consistent and the study is going well. The group is following the story and seems to be getting the main points. They are hungry for answers. Here are…
This is one of the kids who happened to be around when I was taking pictures.
This evening at our gospel study, a dog scampered into the center of our circle and crunched a grasshopper in its mouth releasing a few foot long parasite worms that spent the next ten minutes writhing on the ground before they were finally picked up and tossed toward the bushes by Gapi and Koni.
Here are a couple from the study at Manas’ house who didn’t make it into the first round of pictures.
Monday evening I started another gospel study like what I did at Terry’s house. This time, though, it’s at night and I plan to work through the whole course inside of two weeks instead of meeting only once a week. We are meeting at Manas’ house–technically outside his house underneath my tarp. Manas and his…