I returned from furlough in mid-Sept 2017 and was immediately besieged with requests for classes. Aside from a short summer break in December, the classes run Tues/Thursday in various parts of the city. Surprisingly, a small group of evangelical Catholics have asked me to teach on Monday evenings and I have an invitation to lead a weekday evening service! Two of the regular CBS classes are conducted in Congolese church groups, one of them having to translate into French and the other well versed already in English.
The Dean of the Theological Department at Stellenbosch University, Prof Jurgens Hendricks, has asked for copies of my bookRead More
I wanted to give all of you a brief update of what is happening here since you left.
First, I have had a few e-mails regarding Sana. She is still in Russia and left today for Siberia to visit her Mom. The status with her son isn’t good and she has decided to see me Mom for a little bit during summer. Her recovery from the operation last month is excellent and she has experienced no side effects or other problems. All tests done during her hospital stay are negative. This is an answer to prayer and I must give our Father thanks for His mercies. The double vision problem has lessened, she is taking medication for that and she says every day is an improvement. Her eyes tests again are positive — to damage to her eye, etc. Again, more praise to God!
Second, the situation with Bro Honore has not yet been resolved by the court so they are waiting for an answer from the judge. Read More