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Thank You

by | Aug 1, 2012 | Missions Articles

Thank you for your partnership in this ministry here in West Africa.  You are appreciated!  You are important!  You are significant!  You don’t go by unnoticed!  You are a blessing!  We want to include you in our ministry as much as we are able.  One way we try to do that is by posting a blog about every week for you to get a little taste of what life is like for us.  We don’t post it for ourselves—we post it for you!  What are you helping us accomplish?  The goal that God he set forth from the beginning and will one day come to fruition in its entirety.  “For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea” Habakkuk 2:14.  Thank you for being part of filling the earth (Senegal) with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord.

Silas and Ezra

Silas is now standing up and has started saying, “dada” :)

Brushing teeth, Silas loved it.

 

Learning how to make Senegalese tea with Del's language helper.

 

 

 

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