You have heard it said to eat an elephant, eat it one bite at a time. This is true because elephant meat is chewy and needs to be cooked for a long time. And can only be eaten bite by bite. But.... After living in Namibia for a few years now and eaten parts of … Continue reading How to eat an elephant
I checked and it's been over 2 months since I posted. So busy....but here is a recap of what has happened. -- Taught in 4 villages the 10 lesson discipleship curriculum. -- Finished the main story arch and taught a story in another village. We are up to 25 stories now. -- Had a short … Continue reading Mid August already?
Daqm did most of the teaching today. 5 of my disciples went. 2 cooked for all of us and the other three taught. Over the past 6 years of being on the mission field full-time I've learned it's about the journey and not the task that is important. Today started at 9 and the plan … Continue reading Journey
By Claudia Where is "home"?This is a hard question for me to answer. As a child, I struggled to answer. I moved alot and went to 10 different schools before graduating from high school. It seemed that I was always the "new" girl at school. I was always asked where are you from? Even this … Continue reading Home
Living in a place my body didn't grow up leads to bi-monthly battles with my tummy. Friday I woke up and the battle had started. Normally it's no problem, as I'm in town. However we had promised and planned for weeks to help setup the new village with our family here. I was their ride. … Continue reading Bush medicine