Friday, January 25, 2008

All for His glory

Today is Friday, my day to go to Amangwe. last week there were only 9 children, and they didn't know if the creche and Grade R (daycare/kindergarten) would be able to stay open, but this week there were 32 children, and more coming. I have been talking to one of the teachers there about the truth of God's word, and she has many questions. Last week we started talking about God, and her desire to know Him more. She doesn't want someones theology on God, she wants someone to tell her the truth, and show her where it's found in the Bible. She told me last week, you show me the truth from the Bible so that I may believe, my heart jumped for joy. She has been heavy on my heart, and heavy in my prayers. God is in control of her heart, but He is using me in her life right now for His glory, I feel privileged to be a part.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

The fun of living in another country

Mexican food is not something that is predominant in South Africa, therefore they do not sell such foods, but its is something we all love to eat...
so what do we do?
Make our own tortillas, this is just part of the fun of living in another country.

Another fun thing that has been happening often is load shedding. This is when South Africa turns off your power at random unexpected times during the day, because there is a shortage in power for the whole country. So here we are again eating cold cut sandwiches....