Greetings from warm Missouri! We are happy to report that our move from South Dakota to Missouri went well.
Sannu (Hello) from dusty Ndu. Hard to believe this is only our second ‘official’ newsletter from Cameroon!!
I am thankful for the ways that God helped me to share that love with others over the past Christmas season.
His name is Feri Oláh and he recently wrote down his testimony for us to share with you.
As the saying goes “time flies when you are having fun” – that is how this past year has been for us.
As the medical work here in Cameroon expands, one of the ever-present challenges is developing an approach to cancer treatment.
We are writing you from Franklin, Tennessee, today where we are enjoying time with our family! We departed from Cameroon at the end of August.
Having arrived into the country at the end of October, I made it up to the hospital, roughly a 10-hour drive inland from the airport, on November 1.
But can you be thankful in a place where the English-speaking people perceive themselves as marginalized, where the courts are not functioning?
Praise the Lord! We made it! The trek from Edmonton to Ndu has been long, but it has finally happened.