Bruce flew to Lusaka and back the same day. On his return trip he had 260 new borns along for the ride. 60 were left at Sakeji Mission School and the remainder arrived at Kalene. Lovely to see new life on such an important day, Good Friday.
Gareth Bentley (a former Sakeji Mission School student) has been with us for a week helping with our new website. What a pleasure to work with this talented man as we finished off months of work, plus more pictures and videos in both Lusaka and at Kalene. Here are a few pictures of
We had a flight to Lusaka on the 5th, flew back the 7th. Had government offices and companies to visit, equipment to get fixed as well as shopping for folks up country. It is surprising how much room our Cessna 182 has.
Raising chickens has been both enjoyable but also a blessing to the local community, our workers and missionaries having a ready supply of meat. Bruce taught four people how to dress a chicken ready for the freezer. Every two months we hire four people to help in this work. They ha
With more qualified staff at Kalene Hospital, the School of Nursing and the local High School, a tower was needed to reach a farther distance, offering the internet to more people. A scaffold was erected to make the job easier and safer. Here are some pictures of erecting the tower.
Beginning and end of Sakeji School terms are always busy times for us. Much communication is done with the parents who want to fly their children. A schedule is set up, two planes fly in two directions for two to three days. Here are some pictures of these times.