|Southern Coast of South Africa, Hermanus|
|The way I sleep on the buses|
Life on the edge: I’ve been on the edge of the boarders between South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana this past last week with my dearest Auntie and first visitor from the states in over 6 years here in Africa. GOD IS GOOD allowing us to travel cheaply and safely by bus near and far. We backpacked along Southern Africa making memorizes that will last a lifetime. Thank you God for FAMILY!
|LIFE on the EDGE of Victoria Falls Natural Wonder of the world!|
Life on the edge: I’m nearing the end of my week off/holiday/vacation. Tuesday will begin the start of our Practical Health Care Application portion of school. Graduation will be November 28, 2013 back in South Africa, Worcester.
During this time, we will service a health clinic in Johannesburg, South Africa and villages in Zimbabwe. We will live life on the edge of villages without electricity, running water or INTERNET (this is farewell for a good while), take note I have not come up missing.
Mobile health clinics and health care classes will be our focus while we implement community development.
Life on the edge: Waiting for the results to my biopsies and I am delighted to announce that as of today ALL reports have come back NEGATIVE for any cancer! PRAISE GOD from whom all Blessings flow.
I desire to follow up with dental work upon my return to South Africa in November, Lord willing and hope that could prevent further gum/bacterial issues.
To have family back in arms length, if only for a week and regarding the biopsy reports
|I feel like this is how I need to travel :)|
1. Life on the edge: God continues to encourage me that if Esther, Nehemiah, and Abraham could walk by FAITH and NOT by SIGHT, I too can follow their lead. Somalia continues to be a goal following graduation, and the Mighty King of Kings continues to establish my firm foundation and faith in Him alone. I know I never walk alone, but with His spirit within me each step of the way.
PERSONAL PRAYER REQUESTS:
1. Adjustment and safety as I will be moving/transitioning 10-11times between now and January. I enjoy travel but that is a lot of buses throughout Africa
2. UNITY: Among our team as we live primitive condition and in the HEAT of Zambia (hot season and rainy season is before us)
3. HEALTH: Need I say more…
4. Communication, to be sensitive and transparent as I express myself and listen to others daily
This is FAREWELL until I am back in touch with ELECTRCITY and INTERNET in due time!