It was neat to see kids running around the camp property playing games, making crafts, having campfires and most importantly learning about Jesus.
Paul has had the privilege to attend various conferences in the Tokyo area, learning and fellowshipping with various missionaries.
In October, two of our students had to drop out of our Pastoral Formation course due to health issues.
The Women’s Workers and Pastors’ Wives Retreat was a good time for me to get to know some of the pastors’ wives of the conference better.
We are so thankful that since our last newsletter God has brought us more supporters, some of whom have only met our family for a few minutes.
A new CT scanner was installed at the hospital. In the few weeks it has been functioning, life-saving diagnoses have been made for several patients.
In our new work with the Life Abundant Primary (LAP) Health Care we live on an approximately 5 acre parcel of land.
After winter break in July, we are now starting another semester at the Seminary with 4 new students.
Many of you have been praying for Dr. Mbanga to get into a pathology residency so he can join Rick as a fully trained pathologist!