Welcome friends, old and new, known and unknown! It has been my desire to share with you how the Lord is working in my life as I serve the Lord on the mission field of Kabwe, Zambia. There is an old black and white movie called The African Queen. It is about a boat that travels down river. This blog is not about a boat. It is however, about my travels on the mission field of Kabwe, Zambia. By the way, did you know that my name means queen. For many years I have been burdened for souls in Africa. That is why some of my friends call me African Queen.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Little Lumps of Clay

School this year had an amazing start.

It is hard to prepare for the unknown.
I say unknown, because each child is differant. 
Its not like I can find out how the children are from thier past teachers.
No, they are fresh clay, ready to be molded and made for the Master's use.

William and I with some of my students

This year I have twelve students.
(Not all are pictured above.)
They come from differant homes and differant backgrounds.
Some even come from differant countries.

Every day is a new adventure in learning.
With each day, I learn more about thier personalities
and each day I learn more about myself.

We are almost half way through our school year here.
(Zambia schools start in January and run till December,
 unlike American schools that start in September and end in May/June).

Each day is filled with smiles and sillyness.

They learn to do the fun things,
as well as the challenging things.

We are molding young lives,
training them for the future.

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