Thanks to all of you for your prayers during the truckers’ strike here in Brazil. After a lot of negotiating it ended peacefully, praise the Lord!
The month of May had its usual plethora of public holidays, but their celebration was stunted and low key.
Which leads me to ask myself: what other extraordinary aspects of my life have I allowed to fall victim to normalcy?
Change can be a hard thing, and it is often unexpected. The full-time ministry of Craig and Maureen Moody in Cameroon has now come to an end.
The recent socio-political crisis in Cameroon that started in November 2016 continues to grow.
I’ll be teaching teachers instead of children at the Ndop Baptist Teacher Training College (BTTC) starting in Sept 2018.
This year rainy season also brings “drama” season! RFIS, like many North American high schools, puts on a drama production each year.
Oh, the adventures and excitement of home assignment travels!
Speaking of need for pathologists at Mbingo, let us take this time to give you an update on Dr. Mbanga who is being trained in a pathology residency in Kenya.
February is the end of summer vacation here in Brazil and I had a second opportunity to train public school teachers before the start of the school year.