Monthly Archives: March 2005

Guest Workers

We had a great visit with Tom and Debbie Baker from Reno. They accompanied their pastor who was preaching in Lusaka to Zambia. They got to do what I think is one of the best Zambian experiences. They led two … Continue reading

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Fishing Village Football

We are having a busy time. We have continued showing films in Magoye and Monze each Thursday and Friday. This last Saturday we took a truck full of people to Shimungalu. We outreached, played football, had a meal together (delicious … Continue reading

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Gift from God

We just finished a great revival with Mark Sanderlin. This black, ex-Marine brought a sober intensity to the services that was way beyond what I could have hoped for. In my mind I had been preparing the church for this … Continue reading

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Busy

It has been a busy week, as we are getting ready for a revival with Mark Sanderlin. For a revival we will put up posters in town, announce on the radio and have a couple of general outreaches. This time … Continue reading

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Ugly Realities, God is Bigger

Hopes run high this time of year to get hired by “sugar”. Everyone is searching out a friend or relative to place their reg card with personnel to be considered for a seasonal job. We have one young man who … Continue reading

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Power Plays

We are having power problems in the compound where the church is located. It turns out that someone had drained the oil from the transformer that served us. This destroys the transformer but the oil can be used to sell … Continue reading

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Lunch with Nellie

Joan and I took Nellie out to lunch to help her get past the funeral of Mwapesa. She has to be one of the best ladies I have ever met. We went to Mazabuka Youth Project first. This is a … Continue reading

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