What an exciting day we had yesterday. We walked up to the village near the project site (took about 45-50 minutes). They had prepared a meal for us of chicken, rice, vegetables and some national foods. Then the ladies did
Greetings from Vanuatu! We are up here on the hill for church this morning at Ranwadi Secondary School. The team did a couple of songs and a drama, and Anthony shared the message. We were blessed by communion again (which
Today is Independence Day in Vanuatu…35 years. There is much celebration and many “futball” and volleyball tournaments going on. There are little huts with shops in them selling a few items, though there isn’t much to buy here on Pentecost.
The Vanuatu team continues to do well. Getting supplies up the mountain was hindered because of the wet weather. Pray that we continue to have dry weather so that the project can be completed. We have the foundation filled with
Vanuatu continues to be an exciting place for us! We have started our project and have already layed three course of blocks. We are waiting for the rain to stop so we can get more cement and supplies up the
Believe it or not, 27 hours after leaving Boot Camp, the Vanuatu team is sitting at the departure gate to leave LAX! We had a great day in Los Angeles. The Walsh family provided lunch at In ‘n Out burger