We had a rare beautiful morning here this week in Kalene. Most days have heavy clouds which is the norm in the rainy season but once in a while you are surprised with sunshine in the morning. On those days everything moves outside, including school. For history class the kids enjoy listening to a series of books on the local history written by the missionaries who lived it. The stories are amazing to say the least. People sailing for a month from England to Africa then walking for 3 months overland to reach the Kalene area. Stories of man eating lions, 12 ft long black mambas, rivers filled with hungry crocodiles, slave traders, warring tribes and witch doctors. But the faithful kept coming in spite of the hardships and deaths.
Thank you for your prays, they are working! Kristi almost stepped on a puff adder on Sunday. The puff adder alone is responsible for 32,000 deaths a year in Africa! Noah went out and killed the snake later on. You can read the full story on Kristi's facebook page. Please keep praying!