Jesus saw the crowd and had compassion on them. I admit compassion isn't a natural spiritual gift for me and I'm a missionary. Yet we are called to have compassion on all, even those who want to harm us. We don't feel threatened here but we saw a real need here. I'm not a big … Continue reading Compassion
Last Sunday after Church we started the journey to the capital. Our plan was to stay a week and get supplies and visit the doctor. Living in Namibia during Covid well has made me feel like I've been in a time capsule. Up until a month ago we had only 20 cases country wide and … Continue reading Time Travel
In case you missed our recent newsletter let me give you an update. We have launched a new project to help raise funds for the oral Bible project Jeremy has been working on. People have started to give and the first batch of solar digital audio players have been ordered. I was able to order … Continue reading Oral Bible project and a new video
One thing we try to do is give you a taste from time to time of what its like to be a missionary. Since most of you are "locked" in your homes for a bit I was thinking of some parrells to mission life and CoVid lockdown life. So here we go: 1. Since our … Continue reading Being a missionary and being forced to stay home. The same?
As you gather online this Easter. Here is a Easter greeting from a small group we meet with every Sunday under the shade tree here in Tsumkwe during the outbreak. On this glorious day they wanted to celebrate with you. Can you understand the clicks? God is bigger than our church, town or country. https://youtu.be/zJSJhATpPM8