Homeschool

We officially began homeschooling in December in the US after pulling Belle out of school in order to get ready to head back to PNG. There are so many curriculum options out there, that it really is daunting! Thankfully, I had done some homeschool preschool with the girls before, so I had a bit of…

Lapilo Lesson #12-13

  In the picture above I have two extremes from the coffee-quality-spectrum. On the right, some of the best coffee beans in the world fresh from a local coffee garden recently roasted and packaged. On the left, coffee beans from the same source that have been sent to Australia to become instant coffee. I prefer…

Lapilo Lesson #10-11

This is Benjamin. He has worked in another department on our base for most of the time we’ve been meeting, but he recently started to work with COC. He came to our Bible study a few times before, but now has started to come consistently. I don’t know him well and I’m not sure how…

Lapilo Lesson #9

This is Kawage, one of the COC guys who comes to our Bible Study. He lives close by, but is part of the Kuman Tribe which I visited just after we arrived in PNG the first time. In the picture above, he is using the leaves of the tangat bush as decoration–this is not uncommon.…

Lapilo Lesson #8

Today we talked about the Law–more specifically, the ten commandments. I started with God offering his deal to Israel (Exodus 19:3-8) and Israel saying that they would obey. Then we worked our way through the ten commandments. When I do this in America, people typically make it through the first two commandments unscathed (in their…

Lapilo Lesson #7

This is Wanpis. He wasn’t at work today and so he wasn’t at the Bible Study either. That is one of the challenges we face–I don’t think any of the guys have been there every time. So reviewing is very important. Today we talked about Israel’s slavery in Egypt, God raising up Moses and rescuing…

Living for the Weekend

After my post about my daily schedule, I had a few people ask about what we do on the weekends and what we do for school, so I am going to dedicate a blog post to each of those topics. Weekends.  Well, now that Joseph is working Monday-Friday, 8:00-5:00, and we are homeschooling, weekends actually…