We went to the “Ray of Hope Clinic” (where 30-40 babies a born a month to impoverished mothers), delivering blankets and hygiene kits, attended two baptisms, 1 funeral, and two new baby visits. These events just add frosting to our weekly branch classes.
The “Family Class” seems to be encouraging family night success. We have been getting great responses from the members. When asked, “Whatchanges have you seen in your family since you started having FHE?” a father raised his hand and told us that his children no longer feared him and he is now more a part of their lives. Bruce and I noticed that having family counsel(family business) during FHE was a new concept that they liked. It has been so rewarding to teach and share with them.
It’s Sunday evening, after making the trip to the Hills 6 days straight we are ready for “P” Day tomorrow. Bruce the driver, is amazing.
It's bean harvest time in Kilunga Hills. These ladies work so hard.
This is her family and her home.