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... are huge.
After that we rattled and bounced our way to the border and crossed into Malawi, where the contrast with Zambia was immediately visible. There is very little rubbish to be seen in Malawi whereas many of the villages in Zambia look as if they have been built on landfill sites and the land is ploughed and tilled everywhere in Malawi. In Zambia the land use seemed more patchy and unorganised.
Looking forward to a rest by the side of ...
... high five or fist pump. A great bunch of kids. Some were playing checks with bottle lids. Other children had pull 'car' toys made from garbage. they were pulling them around proudly. It was sad yet uplifting. They were still able to enjoy the simple pleasures of playing with toys.
Charcoal is the fuel of choice. Water is pulled from various community wells.
One team members asked what the men do for work after the occupations of the women were listed. 'The men do not work, they ...
... and some cabbage vegetables.
I did one sermon each of the three days and a question and answer Bible study one evening for about 70 members. while Michelle did a women's meeting one afternoon. We had interpreters for those who didn't understand English.
We were there for the family day of races, games, balloons, tug of war, fruit (oranges, bananas, pears, and apples - and some Ice cream that with the heat was mostly liquid), and ...
... touching the roof! The rubbish bin even flew up and over it's holding spot. Lucky there was no casualties. Driving down the driveway we saw zebra and gazelle, I could tell this was going to be a good campsite. We met our new driver JB and switched from our truck Pluto to the new one Wiley Coyote. What a mission! Wiley was a lot smaller than Pluto and we have already accumulated a lot of souvenirs. Before it got dark Rach, ...
... wife were at the funeral of Josephine's daughter.
A surprise was to see Helen Chichaya visiting from Zimbabwe visiting family here. She is the daughter of Luke Banda. On my last trip I also traveled to Zim to do a Kingdom of God seminar and ordained her husband a deacon and Mike Mukarati an elder. We were glad to hear that Primrose Mukarati, who has cancer has been doing better. We pray for her healing. The news about her appeared to ...