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My first weekend back in Lichinga, my friend Elias was having a baptism in the village of Mitava where he is working, so I went out to join in the celebration. Several widows being baptized and a few other people too.
The crowd of witnesses and a bunch of fishermen.
Elias, one of the widows and Yan.
One of the fisher"men" with his catch.
This past weekend I was invited to a Ski Camp at the lake with a group of the missionary kids. It is kind of ironic that I don't have any pictures of water skiing, but that's not all we did.
Ski Camp 2010
One of the devotional times.
Waiting their turn on the slip and slide.
It was fun, but the sand made it a bit abrasive.
Our addition to the beach from the slip and slide.
Angelina, Aurora & Matilde (our first 3 orphans)
A couple pictures to give you an idea of what it looks like at the end of dry season.
It is amazing that it hasn't rained since early May, yet trees are turning green and new grass is growing.
Thought I would share a few pictures so you can see the progress made on the admin building since I was last here.
All the plastering of the walls is done, and they are mostly painted. It still needs doors, windows and a few other miscellaneous things.
This big kid has been having a lot of fun making a playground for the little kids around here. I have built several things here in Mozambique that I have never built elsewhere. A play ground can now be added to that list.
I still need to make the monkey bars, fire pole and chain bridge between the platforms.
On Saturday afternoons the youth from church get together. I joined them today for soccer. It has been a long time since I last played, and I am not nearly as good as the Mozambicans, but it was fun.
We had an extra player on our team so one of us had to be a sub. This is what I did while I was out. He was a tired little fellow.