Monthly Archives: June 2010
Nadege (nutrition garden supervisor) and I meet every Monday afternoon with a group of Muslim women. We chat and we talk about garden co-ops and health and we tell bible stories. Here are photos of the faithful 3, Apiruuwa, Hajara, …
Nursing school graduation here at Gamboula!
First, the students plus a couple of friends, in blue and red, had a volleyball match against the professors and a couple of their friends. The profs lost 4 out of 5 matches, but a good time was had by …
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Oops! Happy Father’s Day EARLY!!
Okay, we jumped the gun, it’s next week. We love you.
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Our new pastor’s special blessing day
Pastor Victor, and his wife, Melanie, were honored today at church, with a blessing ceremony. In French they call it “installation”, as the official beginning of his work here at Gamboula. He and his family have actually been living here …
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Sylvie and the survivor, Sosthene
Here’s our sweet Sylvie, our main helper these past 12 years in C.A.R., with the surviving twin, a sweet little boy named Sosthene.
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Happy Father’s Day!
I know, you’ve seen this photo before, but it’s Father’s Day and this is such a good photo of our two dads! We are so very thankful for them, for their lives and their love and their care for us. …
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A fond farewell to Simon Dagson
Simon has been such a great help to Roy in the ag work these past 5 months. We are thankful for the time he gave to us and sad to see him go. That’s some kind of candle our crazy …
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We have an awesome creator God!
Here’s a lily I thought you might enjoy! Photo by Susan R.
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The gourd tree
On my walk to the hospital every morning, I pass this wonderfully strange tree. The huge fruit are gourds, non-edible, but very useful all the same. Here’s our friend A’isaatu, with two halves of this type of gourd, dried and …
Postponing Mother’s Day?!?
Yes, well, last Sunday was Mother’s Day in Europe and should have been here in C.A.R. I guess the powers that be in this area didn’t have their bouquets picked and their chiffon pie made yet, smile! Seriously, the local …
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