I went under general for a removal of a basal cell carcinoma, which went deeper into my nose that thought. That operation was successful but resulted in no urine flow since last Thursday. I now am hooked to a catheter for the third time. The doctors had hoped that my body would kick start again but it hasn’t happened.
I went to a busy urologist today for a complete exam. Untrasound of kidneys, bladder etc all good. But the prostate is very enlarged. The surgeon wants to operate asap, this Friday. I will either be there overnight or for a few days, depending upon the results. I”m not looking forward to this at all but it is essential.
The second sea container is loaded thanks to volunteers organized by Dave Foust from Coldwater, MI. Great job to everyone involved. A third container will be in the works. Below is a letter received from Steve Zimmerman.
Costs will be rising in South Africa over the next year. With the drought and fuel costs, it will restrict the travel plans and outreach. Already, the Gospel 101 Team is feeling the pinch even though I help them with transport. I believe we need a re-think to ensure the successes that have been made, to continue.
At the moment, Oksana is in Russia. She has been increasingly dissatisfied with living in relative comfort in South Africa, while her son, Jeka, is struggling with various problems in Russia. For the moment, she feels she needs to care for him. I ask for your prayers for them both.