Students at class–they are practicing in small groups for our English class
This little fellow is a delight! He’s a serious worker, often working on the dining hall or ag work with the adults.
We visited a small children’s school where some of our students are in the field. The teacher (see the man below in the white smock) opened the school 3 years ago, slowly making inroads and relationships with the local population which is completely Orthodox and Muslim (there were a handful of girls with head coverings).
Joel was born into this. It doesn’t bother him a bit.
The kids are showing Rebecca all their English knowledge, reciting greetings, ABCs, parts of the body, etc.
This is just outside the school. The field was freshly harvested.
In this same area, one of our students just had a baby! (actually 3 of students or students’ wives just had babies).
Typical light lunch–eggs and bread. I preached at one church which is hosting 4 of our field students last week. Mark 3:16–discipleship and missions (in that order!).