Tomorrow is the Global 6K for Water with World Vision. I started training a week ago yesterday. That morning I woke up from a dream so vivid, I knew just what I had to do.
In the dream
It happened in January…. and I just found out it happened again this week!
Good plumbing fixtures are so hard to find in Africa. So the fact that a pipe or hose broke in the boys bathroom is no surprise.
At RFIS we have a backup generator to use when city power goes out… which can be quite often and at inopportune times! And recently the generator has acted up on occasion. Last year while we were in the US
This Christmas we have had the great pleasure of having dear friends Paul & Sheryl Noren with us. They’re like family, which is great for our first Christmas with none of our own family.
Christmas eve smorgasbord dinner with rice
Little by little more improvements are being made on our duplex in Yaounde. One of those is a carport and driveway. We had not been able to pave the whole downstairs area when the house was built. But now was
It’s been a tradition at RFIS to celebrate Christmas with “secret angel” gifts, games and a talent show on the last day of the first semester. Another part of the celebration is to include children in the area. Some years
This week we celebrated Edison, also kown as “Pa Ndi.” After over 20 years of service to SIL and RFIS it was his last day of work. Edison retired this week and we are so grateful for all of his
Every year we celebrate the many nations from which our students come. Each day we highlight a different continent or country. We learned a new Korean game, heard the Swiss story of William Tell, watched Salsa dancing from Puerto Rico
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