Week in review July 6 2019

This week, we continued with Jack’s study on Hebrews, and at our Children’s Church, the kids are learning Bible stories by acting them out. Continue reading to see photos from our outreaches this week as well as a recap of all the posts on the site.

Scenes from our Children’s Church:

Our planning meeting before the service. As the church grows, it takes a lot of planning to make everything work well. Several of the women from the church have stepped up to help us as well! Our volunteers have set the example of leading through serving and love. It’s incredible to see how the Lord raises up leaders within the church. These women have gone from being the outcasts in society because of their tribe, to strong, confident women with hearts to serve.

Setting up the canopies for our Sunday Service:

Water delivery, for the church and for the villages who are in need. Clean water is something we take for granted often in the West. It takes a lot of water to keep more than 80 children and their parents hydrated throughout the day.

The children learned the story of Abraham’s servant finding a wife for Issac by acting it out. (you can read Jack’s take on the story here) The servant sits at the well outside town and when a woman comes, he will ask her for water. If she agrees and also offers to water his camels as well he will see this as a sign from the Lord.

Some of the adults agreed to be the camel than needed to be ridden on, and goats played the part of the camels that needed a drink from the well.

The kids painted the boxes the milk powder comes in to make the well.


We gave rice to each family

Our fellowship lunch:

Scenes from our Adult Literacy Center. You saw them reading last week! This week they graduated to the next textbook in the series.

Because they come to class after a full day of work, we make dinner together.

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God bless you!
♥ Samantha

Here’s a recap of this week’s featured posts, in case you missed any:


Commentary on the Psalms