Since late 2016, English Cameroon has been enduring a socio-political crisis. In Bamenda, where I live, the effects have included the migration of many out of the city.
We have been back in the US since early March and are completing our final church visits, which we began last summer and fall. We will be retiring as NAB missionaries at the end of June.
Fellowship is an important part of our lives as Jesus followers. It is a place for us to share our joys and sorrows, to encourage and teach one another.
I am thankful for the hope we have in Christ, because at the cross, He showed us victory over death and sin. Because Christ lives, we have resurrection hope!
Last newsletter we were coming up to a week of leadership training with LRPG leaders from Nigeria and Cameroon. We had a wonderful time together.
Despite the challenges of travel created by the sociopolitical situation, patients are still coming for care – albeit not in the large numbers seen in former years.
We have had such a blessed spring this year. So many things that we are thankful for. So many people that we have had the opportunity to do Kingdom partnership with.
April provided many open doors for ministry for our Central Europe CHE teams. Please delight in what the Lord is doing . . .
It is hard to believe, but eight months is quickly coming to an end. We returned to North America back in October, where we took some time to be with our families and catch our breath before a very busy church visitation schedule.
What an amazing journey these last few months have been. What a privilege to meet, once again, all those folks who have prayed and given financially and often sent words of encouragement.