Well, today is Sunday. We had a 1 hour prayer service followed by a 2 hour service honoring Rex Switzer. It was very special. Several of the pastors gave testimony as to what he meant to them. Both Frank and I spoke and told what he meant to us.
Tonight will be our last night in the tent and tomorrow, Monday will be our last day of classes. After class, we will leave for Gambella to spend the night. We will get up early Tuesday morning for 2 hard days of very slow driving. Pray for safety and no mechanical break downs.
It has been so hot and dry; I stay thirsty all the time. I am drinking a lot. The temperatures are in the 100's but at night it gets quite cool. In fact, Frank brought 1 sheet. I have worn my track suit when it gets cooler.
Adam has been a life saver. He set up the tent, has cooked and done many more things. The people are pitiful. I don't know how they survive. Refugees are coming across the border.
We have really enjoyed teaching the pastors. They seem to absorb everything we teach. It was a blessing to hear how many got saved at Deema, the refugee camp.
Love you lots