Monthly Archives: September 2013

Terri gives a talk [and Kevan too!]

This past Sunday we traveled about 45  minutes to attend church in Kipushi, a small branch just outside of Lubumbashi. We really like this branch of the church. It is in a very beautiful and peaceful setting, and the people … Continue reading

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Fire the bricks!

Saturday we traveled to see Emanuel put the finishing touches on his huge brick oven (20,000 bricks), and to have a ‘lighting ceremony’ when he lights all the charcoal that will bake the bricks. He used 180? sacks of charcoal, … Continue reading

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Golf solar panel

This week we installed a new solar system in the local Golf apartment. This apartment is where all the missionaries stay when they come to and through the Mission Home. There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a large dorm room … Continue reading

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Golf gate

Today we had to repair the metal gate at the Golf Apartment (this is the ‘hotel’ we have missionaries stay at when visiting the Mission Home). As mentioned in a previous posting, all hinges here are welded on. This means … Continue reading

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Marlyn’s birthday party

On Sunday we helped celebrate Marlyn’s birthday (Emanuel’s wife). He had invited the couples to dinner to celebrate, but considering she is pregnant, the women decided it wouldn’t be much of a birthday for her if she had to cook… … Continue reading

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Misc items

Here are a few odds and ends pictures and comments: This is a water tank we set-up in Bel Air apartment. The tank was at the house already, but never hooked up. The sisters who live there and work in … Continue reading

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A Consecrated Life

One of the great blessings of coming on a mission is the opportunity to meet and learn from people who have consecrated their lives to the Lord. I speak of the senior couples I have the privilege to rub shoulders … Continue reading

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