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30 Apr 2018

Futsal Tournament

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It’s a long holiday weekend and kids love to play! So for the 2nd year now, Ben and friends organized a futsal tournament at school… just for fun!

For those of you who don’t live with boys who love soccer,

29 Apr 2018

Sports and Drama Evangelism

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What do you do if you’re passionate about sports, and passionate about introducing people to Jesus? Combine them! Our students have the opportunity each year to do just that. Last weekend they went to a town down near the border

27 Apr 2018

Gym Construction – April 2018 update

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“What’s been happening on the gym construction this month,” you ask?

Lots. For starters, some frames are in the windows on the building part.

They made and installed trusses for the roof over the office and fitness room. Ron’s hoping

23 Apr 2018

Transitions

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Transition: the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another.  Or for many of our students and staff, from one continent to another. For many graduating seniors the transition is complicated by a change from

22 Apr 2018

RFIS Carnival 2018

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Carnival time at RFIS when all the students set up games, food, and activities for kids of all ages to enjoy. Saturday was a perfect day for fun in the sun!

Many of the classic favorites were there such as

9 Apr 2018

Senioritis

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One day when the semester started feeling kind of long, I noticed this strange configuration of tables on the pavillion at school.

It was seniors, blocking the wind and cold while they “studied.”  Yes, when rain starts it does get

5 Apr 2018

Who is… no, What is Inga?

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Thanks to our agricultural missionary friends there are tons of tropical fruit trees on the Rain Forest Campus. One of the favorites is the Inga.

If you were to google “inga” you’d probably get images of beautiful Scandianavian women. That’s

31 Mar 2018

Gym Roof Done and Celebrated!

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The first week of March, the first side of the roof was almost completed.

First week of March

The 2nd week of March the other side of the roof was begun — notice you can see blue sky through the

24 Mar 2018

Stories from Survivors

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Last month at the Blue Heart Music Night, funds were raised to help combat human trafficking in Cameroon. Survivor’s Network is an organization in SW Cameroon, founded by a Francisca, a survivor of trafficking.  This week at chapel, a team

17 Mar 2018

Fixing the Fallen Fence

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Remember when htere was a huge storm and the soccer field fence fell over? Click here for the backstory.

Ron had a crane come to do a few heavy lifting jobs — one of which was to raise the

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