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10/16/2014 Report

Recap of 10/16/14 Team went into Lilongwi to order a map from the District Commissioner that will give us the area we service, the villages, the boreholes (wells), and roads in our area. We are trusting the map will come back with all these things included.k David stayed at our place in the city to [...]

October 18th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

First Weekend of the Fall 2014 Trip

First let us send a hearty 'Thank You' for you continued support in prayer. It is appreciated more than you can know. Saturday was such a success as the men went to town and sought out furniture for the orphanage. As was stated recently, the orphanage still has some inside work to be done and [...]

October 14th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Pause Button

Many times we roll along in our work for the Lord with everything clicking just as I am now with this post. My fingers are flying over the typewriter keys and the words are coming together as my mind formulates thought and it flows through my fingers to this page and then bloop...the internet quits [...]

June 5th, 2014|Building the orphanage|0 Comments

Project for Orphans Is Almost Completed

LEPLES ORPHANAGE Thanks be to our God for His accomplishing this work for orphans. We have been amazed at how He has provided the funds each month to pay salaries and buy materials. The new orphanage is name Leples Orphanage after the two men who have envisioned helping the villages in their area to find [...]

February 24th, 2014|Building the orphanage|0 Comments

Digging In

The Head Chief is putting on a sad face as he shows us the well is not functioning correctly We were greeted at the airport by Lester and Lepherson who came to help us carry the luggage that would not fit into the compact car we have rented. I feel the affects of [...]

December 17th, 2013|Building the orphanage|0 Comments

Amazing Bricks

Malawians make their bricks from mud and lay them in the sun to dry. After the bricks dry, they are stacked as you see in the pictures above to make a kiln. The bricks will be covered completely with a layer of mud and the wood will be placed in the holes in the bottom [...]

July 3rd, 2013|Building the orphanage|0 Comments

The Walls Are Coming

June 30th, 2013|Building the orphanage|0 Comments

The Tugging of a String (part one)

There is an invisible string that is wrapped around my heart that draws me back to Malawi, Africa. When I first spent time there, I was asked to bring the Word of God to a certain village. It was the middle of a hot afternoon and I had to peddle a bicycle that had a [...]

May 30th, 2013|Malawi Stories|0 Comments

The Well of Good Hope

Two women are enjoying the well drilled in Dec/2012   The first act of hope for Redemption Village is a source of good clean water that is just next door instead of 3 miles away. What would that mean to you? To me, water is so much of what I use in my home. Good [...]

May 30th, 2013|Wells for the Orphanage|0 Comments

The Foundation Holds the Bricks

 

May 30th, 2013|Building the orphanage|0 Comments