Wednesday, April 29, 2009


Quick peaks at our daily life:

I can’t show you all our pictures (at least not until we get back), and I can’t blog about everything, but here are some picture of our daily life.

This is one of the little girls from the pre-school, and she was teaching me how to say “I love you” in Nama. She is so precious and, just like the others, loves to be held. It’s a tough job…

A few weeks ago, Steve’s aunt Edith came to visit us, and we took her to the dam (it was the first time going for Josh and I as well). Oanab Dam is Rehoboth’s main water source, and the only body of water for miles around (or kilometers, as they say here). This was the view at sunset.

After the clown ministry at the pre-school, we painted the kids faces- they loved it, and kept trying to go through the line again!

Standing in line for follow the leader.

Britt, Kristen, Steve, Josh, me, and the kids.

Clowns walking in Block E

When we did clown worship, we also acted out “The Good Samaritan.” Josh was the victim, and I was the bandit, so I had to “beat and rob” him.

Silly shot of Reho team.


fivegranos said...

It's so great to read your blog and hear of your life there! The pictures of you two with the kids are great - it makes it so real for us to imagine you there.
Sounds like the Lord has been lining things up for you, Nicole, to use your training, experiences and personal interests to do ministry there! God is great!
FYI: We're leaving for BFA in August - got our plane tickets last week.

Thinking of you and praying for you,


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