…dry in Fohabe

This is late, but i told myself i would post a followup. We did go to Fohabe the day after the rain. The trail was passable, with only a few very slick spots. This is what we learned on our trip: + They still have not put the roof on the school. + Before June […]

rain is only wet

So we did NOT hike to Fohabe this morning. I was up at 5(ish) and out the door by 5:50 this morning. It was raining. By the time I drove to pick up Mirana, realized I forgot by hiking boots and drove back to the house the team had decided to delay the trip until […]

exodus to fohabe

We hike to Fohabe tomorrow for a one-day trip. I don’t remember the exact details but it is about four hours one way. I will hike a new path tomorrow to know if it is shorter to leave from Ampitavanana. I will teach from Exodus 19 & 24, John 1 and 1 Timothy 2:5. We […]

…beremby’s ancestors

The girls assessed Beremby this week. When they asked about their relationship with their ancestors this is what the girls discovered: They say the ancestors deserve respect like God because they give the people rules to follow. They pray to them every day like they pray every day to God. When I asked for what […]

no rain, no cry…

Workers installed PVC from a community pump to our water cistern today. The rain season is over and weeks can pass with no rain. Our rain-fed cistern is thirsty so we needed the pipe installation to keep up our very American water consumption. The gutter repair will have to wait until next week when a […]