A few weeks ago we heard of a girl who had been burned when a kettle of boiling water turned over in her lap. We do have a clinic here but there is only a nurse on a regular basis and the hours are weekdays, daytime hours only. We assumed the girl had been taken to … Continue reading Where there is NO doctor
This week story takes us traveling down the Tsumkwe road at 55 mph with 5 Bushman in my truck on our way to the bush. All of a sudden we spot a dead rabbit in the road. So we turn around and check it out. It's winter and last night was in the 40's so … Continue reading Fast food in the Kalahari
Recently I've mentioned ways we cope with change, as change is something as missionaries we encounter alot. I just uploaded a new video to our YouTube channel to explain what Anchor Moments are and how they help you cope with new normals. https://youtu.be/gCCq6NdQ8jI
This is a story for every week of our life here in Africa. Even though I do have some friends who can speak English, it's hard to get a clear understanding sometimes. One example was it took 3 days to get a meeting because I didn't understand I needed to have another person present. So … Continue reading What did you say?
It was a hot Saturday summer afternoon in Tsumkwe. There I was (Jeremy) visiting my friend and former neighbor Daqm. We were chillin under the shade tree. Then Daqm called to one of the kids to bring "the wheelbarrow" over. I was familiar with this wheelbarrow. In America this hole ridden rusty wheelbarrow would have … Continue reading Story of the week: Wheelbarrow