I’m settling into the routine of daily school life. I leave before seven to get the school bus to Amano and am encouraged by the prayers of my pupils who pray on a daily basis for my safe travel to and from school. I’m enjoying the fellowship and encouragement at Bethel Chapel. We are receiving good Bible teaching on genesis from one of the elders Phil Grove who is an excellent teacher of the Bible. I’m missing you but am not homesick as some people seemed to have thought. I know God’s peace and reassurance on a daily basis and am grateful for all your continued support and prayers. I’m very encouraged to hear of the baptisms pending in March and pray for God’s richest blessing on their lives. I’m sure they will enjoy the fellowship with you all at Ardgowan. I’m involved with the young people’s work which saw over thirty young people meet yesterday afternoon for Games and then bible study. They buy the booklets which are subsidised from their own money and that is very sacrificial for a few of them. The Thursday Awana group is going well and over fifty children attend and more than fifteen come from my school and another new pupil wants to come this Thursday. We had the first school Family service today and over 150 attended made up of pupils and their parents. This was a great opportunity for the gospel to be preached and we enjoyed nice fellowship with a lunch afterwards. I continue to pray for you all at Ardgowan and trust the Camp day went well. Much love to all at Ardgowan. God bless. Christine
It definitely looks like the children are enjoying themselves!! Christine is doing a fabulous job and we look forward to hearing and seeing more from them all.