Hello all back in Iowa and Illinois! After morning devotion we split up again. Some finished cleaning and organizing the clinc. One group painted the clinic waiting room and a third woked on the lighting again. After finishing the lighting, they joined the painters. We took a break to see the ladies put the bread to be baked in the solar (sun) ovens. Boy did those smell amazing!! It cool how they can harness the sun's energy to bake wonderful breads. After lunch some of us worked on cleaning the windows and screens in the lower house. The others worked on fixing a drainage issue behind that house. After Jack our driver returned to the compound, we went to a local school to deliver a water treatment unit. That is really an amazing set up. To use electicity and salt water to make chlorine which makes their water safe to drink. We really do take A LOT for granted in the US. The principal was exstatic to say the least. There was a lot of Allelueas by all! :) He gave us a tour of the school and learned classes hadn't been held there in about a month due to lack of funds. This concerned all of us and lead to ideas to help sponsor the school. We're getting more info from Spring (overseeing our stay) as to how much it is.
Our prayers today included friends and family. At least two of our prayers were answered. Kayla's family posted good news about her check up and Bev's grandsons are out of the hospital! Praise God! Joe, you were included and we hope your first day of the new job went well. Tracey, you are also in our prayers that today and tomorrow go well for you. Can't wait to hear about your experiences!
Today's Rusty-isms: revelation-ing and bad yoke-ages. Oh and and in a discussion on how thick and heave bibles can be, we found to lighten his bible, he apparently has removed all the parts he doesn't need. :) Spring is really finding our group (especially Rusty) rather entertaining. We're at lest brining laughter to her life.
Not sure what tomorrow will bring for us so we'll have to let you know then!
Good night all and thank you for your comments to our posts. It's great to know we're being supported and people are enjoy following our adventures!