Chicken hearts are one of our family’s favorite treats, but there never seems to be enough to go around. After all, each chicken typically is only equipped with just one. Every time we buy a chicken, we rotate through who gets to eat this particular morsel. So imagine Katy’s surprise when she opened up a chicken […]
Archives for July 2015
Final set of photos from a typical day! Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 The kids enjoy our occasional trips to the NTM headquarters. They love playing on the playground there. As the day winds down, we spend time together as a family. Sometimes just talking about the day. There are usually enough leftovers […]
PART 3 Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 We take a break from French class around 3:30pm. It is another good time of fellowship, and it is all in French (and Wolof…and Guinea-Bissau Creole…). Each week we are able to understand more and more and even enter into the conversation. Back to class! […]
Katy’s trips to the market are always interesting, she even snapped some pictures today to show you.
Coming to Senegal, we knew that a huge task lay before us like a mountain. The summit of the mountain is the goal of reaching the unreached with God’s message…. but it is so far above us, shrouded in clouds, and barely mapped out. We can see the first few steps that are strung out along […]
PART 2 Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 Some mornings we also walk down to a nearby supermarket for items we can’t get in the market. It’s always nice to enjoy the AC they have inside. We also buy fruit from the fruit stand out front. It’s almost time to start preparing lunch! […]
PART 1 Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 Here are some photos to show what a typical day can look like for us. We start the day off with, you guessed it…breakfast! But before breakfast, we have to make a quick trip around the corner. We usually buy bread everyday at a […]
One of our favorite things we have had the opportunity to do here is attend the local churches. Getting to worship God along side our brothers and sisters is a true honor. Sometimes we’ll sing a song in French, Wolof and English, and there’s always some people singing in sign language.