Le Clos Des Limbas
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... He has a little snack shack in the muddy market, sells a few school supplies as well and is impacting 190 people through systematic Bible Study in the villages of Burundi.
Now if that doesn't thrill you, motivate you to also study the Word, and maybe get involved with this ministry, I don't know what will excite you about what God is doing in this world. You can be involved. Ask ...
... them here and we will keep in contact, Dr J met with Jo and me this was a very positive meeting, she is an amazing person, so honest, warm and realistic. Together with all this a few words about the teaching that is going very well. The clinic people understood that plaster on an open ampule will not keep the medicine sterile. Labels on medicines and filling out a chart for patients was also not really thought about. The nurses and others are very enthusiastic and ...
... need us the question remains in what form can we afford the teaching. I think it may take 6 to 9 months before real on the ground plans are possible. I do hope they will need me there, as I like to start new things.
This trip went very smooth, everything was well organized and seeing known faces in Burundi was fun. The first driver A. just came into the office while I was waiting, he now has 6 children but he looks happy. I have no idea how he can send all of them ...
... I looked at her. She was spending the day with her Daddy, and she was in for a big day. After having a big breakfast, we enjoyed a beautiful drive out of the Buj and all the way to the Cibitoke area. Unlike yesterday, today's drive was beautiful all the way to Mugina. I decided to capture my thoughts as we drove. IVURIRO - Centre de Sante - PK 35 - NYAMITANGA We saw lots of cows in the road near this area. Also, high voltage transmission lines run over this area. To the right, we ...
... passed it without a 4WD. Finally pulling in at the new church building a little before 10:00 we greeted everyone and shook hands. I was especially happy to see Nathan who gave me the grand tour of the new building, and explained what needed yet to be done. They have two exterior metal doors which a ready to be installed, the windows will come next.
People interested in baptism were trickling in from Massango and Ruziba, still under the rain. I ...