|'Siah and the Millipede|
When we arrived here in Zambia we were in the middle of the rainy season. A typical day carried heat in the morning and early afternoon followed by late afternoon or nighttime rain. Now the days are cooling down and drying up. We have not seen rain for a couple of weeks now, and we probably won't see it again until October at the earliest. The other day Jenny and I were grinning at a radio announcement reminding listeners to dress warmly. It was around 80˚F/27˚C. We could get used to this!
|Playing ball with Mark|
This Wednesday the Apologetics students began delivering their papers in class. So far I have appreciated their commitment to the Scriptures and to using this class as an opportunity to hone their interaction with a sin-darkened world. These papers are also proving a great opportunity for me to be exposed to African Christian interaction with African non-Christian thinking. I have so much more to learn! Pray that God would grant us each discernment, fairness, and faithfulness to the Scriptures as we tackle these issues in African apologetics.
|Laundry Day at CBU|
I mentioned last post that I was going to begin working with our local church's campus ministry. So far we are following up on the visitors who came for CBU Sunday, 1-May. I believe there are also plans to do a regular on-campus Bible study. Pray that God would use that outreach to win disciples for Christ.
We are supremely thankful to God and our partners for our time here. We've never been happier.
Thank you for your love, support, and prayers!