Home Again, Home Again, jiggety, jog

Posted on May 24th, 2013

After 5 months of absence, it is wonderful to be home again!  The church here welcomed us back and this Sunday, Elise and I will be teaching Sunday School again.  We are eager to reconnect with the kids and hopefully, bring joy and light to their lives through God's word.
On Thursday, Keith is meeting with the men to study and on Wednesday it was good to see every one at the mid-week Bible study.

Elise returned to a new term and a new student!  She now has 23 in her classroom and barely has enough room for all!  Needless to say, she is busy.

Elise and Rob are settled nicely in a small two-bedroom rent house near by.  They are having a great time making it their home.  Many folk here have helped them by selling them appliances cheaply and donating furniture.

We are now entering our winter so the days are pleasant and the nights cool.  The elephants and buffalo have been coming quite close to town as well as the lions.  It is dangerous to walk around here at night and often we hear the dogs in the village ferociously barking and wonder what is out there in the dark.

It is good to be back home in Kazungula, but we do miss our sweet family and amazing church family  in the US.  Our furlough was so special and we pray for all those we have left behind.


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Judy Schoen - May 24th, 2013 at 9:39 PM
Dear Keith and Robin, We so enjoyed your visit here in the states and know your families were especially proud to have you here for a while. The wedding was so dear and wish Rob and Elise many blessings. Am especailly praying for Collins and Judith and for Thuso Gute and the 5 young men studying the Bible with you. In His love and Care, judy
Rita - June 19th, 2013 at 9:33 AM
Sure do miss you. Even though we didn't get to see you much, just knowing you were "down the road" was a blessing. We are praying all is going well with all of you and that your work is progressing well. Hope you get to meet with the Trent Price family once they get established in
their work at the Chimala Mission. Love you all!

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