Saturday, September 29, 2012
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Blu turned 31 years old today!! Sometimes it seems like just yesterday that he was turning 17 and I bought him personalized floor mats for his truck! And then other times...that feels like forever ago! I am thankful every day for my Bluboy! Here are some pics from his day! Money from Blake & Dawni & family!
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
We love our Wednesday night prayer & praise time! It is a blast to sing and dance with the kids, and then to hear their tender prayer requests and listen to them pray! Last night was INCREDIBLE as we found out that SIX of our New Day kids prayed to receive Christ yesterday! Francis, Ben, Muchoni, Cynthia, Sisi, and Kelitah all approached their two house mothers and said they were ready to ask Jesus into their hearts! What a great reminder that THIS is what it's all about! :) Blu & I sing with little Laurie and Caedmon
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Eye and leg patients wait to board the New Day bus to head to the hospital!
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Hope & Jordan are back, and they brought John & Chris with them! Hope will be painting murals in our library and on our storage container. She will also be helping the kids paint the playground and doing a painting in Mulenga & Kalenga's house! Jordan is busy journaling the trip for his newspaper back home. John will be sculpting and fitting people with prosthetic eyeballs, while Chris will be busy making prosthetic legs! What a fun week of ministry this will be! Brother cuddles before the team arrives
Friday, September 21, 2012
Sunday, September 16, 2012
We have enjoyed having Kit & Mary Ann, Robert, Becky, & Jeremy here from Tennessee this week! They have spent each day out in the villages of Nabukowa and Kabanga doing Bible storying. They are each telling stories and we are so impressed with how smoothly it is going and how much time they obviously spent in preparation for this! The people are having good discussions and asking a lot of questions - we know that this team has planted seeds that we will be able to see grow in coming years! Robert teaching in the village