Monthly Archives: April 2014
R n R
We are at the beach, under advisement from our regional coordinators, for a bit of time to be away from the tensions of the last few months. We are thankful for this beautiful place to relax. We will not have …
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Josh, Lori, and Charlie!
Oh, what fun! We had a super 2 days with the Shinars, and I can tell you honestly that though we miss them at Gamboula, it was wondrous to see them shine in this new place of ministry. Josh was …
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What??!? A GPS in Africa?!?!?
We were trying to get directions from a friend to drive up north in Cameroon, on roads we hadn’t been on before. His printer was not cooperating, so he offered us his GPS. What? Yes, that little Garmin had Cameroon …
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Refugee camp at Lolo
We were able to visit the refugee camp just north of our Cameroon border town when on our way to Yaounde last week. It is a huge place, and I didn’t have much hope of running into anyone that I …
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Dave H., John, & Letha’s visit to the CEFA farm
Dave Husby, Covenant World Relief (CWR) director, came to visit, along with John & Letha Kerl, our Covenant missionary regional coordinators. It was so great to be able to show them around the farm, especially because CWR has been a …
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Chief T’s girls
What joy it was to see my buddy, Hajja Hawa, for the first time after our attempt to take her belongings to her a couple of weeks ago. It broke my heart and gave me pause when the first thing …
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Be still and know that I am God
I have just read Holding On Loosely by Giacopelli, and my goodness it was appropriate for what is going on in my heart just now. Giacopelli says that the Hebrew for “be still” in Ps. 46 is harpu, which translated …