Monthly Archives: April 2011
Prayer requests for May
Dear Friends and Family,
Thank you for praying along with us about what is going on here at Gamboula.
We are thankful that the CEFA board meeting went well, with long journeys to and from the meeting completed in safety.…
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Have you ever carolled on Easter?
He is risen! Alleluia! I joined with a small group of ladies who, every year, starting before the sun comes up, walk through the neighborhood, singing songs about how our Lord has risen from the dead. Aside from occasional stumbling …
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Irene, a friend who is a pastor’s wife in a town about 60miles but a 2.5 hours’ drive away, came to see her father who was sick and in the hospital. In order to get here she had to hitch …
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The missionary group here at Gamboula got together to celebrate Passover and especially remember what our ultimate sacrificial lamb, Jesus, did for us. We kind of had to make do with the different elements of the feast, but I think …
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More visitors come and gone
Greg is a pastor, who with his wife, Noell, have a desire to see people free of evil spirits and demons. There were no frothing at the mouth, screaming exorcisms going on, but amongst these people who so firmly believe …
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a visitor, come and gone!
Jacob Smith is a British SIL/Wycliffe missionary kid who grew up in Cameroon and a recent high school grad. He expressed an interest in coming to Gamboula for a couple weeks to see what we’re up to. He helped with …
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Today we celebrated Palm Sunday, remembering Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, the beginning of his final week with us a human. As I look around me, I see all of nature lifting branches and colors in praise of the creator! Even …
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Hungry to learn
I was just thinking about our northern Fulaxni Jesus following friends that we visited about a month ago. I was thinking about the different ones’ joys and troubles. There’s recently widowed Hurrera and her family, there’s her sister with her …
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How deep how wide?
The work on the quadruple place outhouse at the hospital should be just about finished, I mean how deep do you have to dig so that you won’t have to dig another pit soon? Just maybe they went overboard on …
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