Aimee, Tina, baby Joana, Nelio
Tina, wearing the necklace, bracelet, and earrings she learned to make in the craft discipleship ministry headed up by my colleagues, Sharon and Fernanda. She has made quite a few that she will be selling to help support her family.
Happy Pr. Nelio was a big help teaching in our church leadership training, and also working with me on the land legalization process with the local government.
Custodio & Lizette preparing food in their restaurant kitchen.
I continue to work on the government process with Custodio, from whom we are buying the land to build a house where I can live, and another plot of land to build the training center.
Grandma Sousa, an old Chopi woman who lives in the village of Nydumbuque, often comments on my capulanas when I come to visit her family...this time I presented her with a colorful new capulana :o)
Please pray for the Chopi people of Inhambane, and for the land legalizing and then construction process that I may live and serve among them.