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August: And Back Again

Hello, I have been back in Niger now for a couple of weeks. The wet season is in full swing, and it looks to be a good year for rain. A few months ago, the vine that grows around my porch was brown, and flowers were a rarity. At the time, I considered removing it. I returned home to a…read more →

May, Hey…

Hello For the past few months I have been taking classes to learn Zarma, one of the local languages here.   I now have a plethora of languages floating around in my head.  I think I’m fairly decent in English, but my French is not what it needs to be, and I’m not sure if my Zarma will ever become fluent. …read more →

Christmas 2012

Greetings, * I’d like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and thank you for your prayers and support.  My efforts in Niger are slow but fulfilling.  New possibilities seem to be hovering in the future, and I pray for wisdom.  I couldn’t be here without your help.  Blessings! * – Christmas – Well, Christmas is upon us.  I had forgotten Niger’s…read more →

Newsletter Fall 2012

Dear Friends, I have been in Niger for several weeks now.  It is good to be back.  Truly, I could not have imagined any better scenario.  Friends of Faith has provided the structure that I need, and my supporters have provided the finances that are required.  My African friends have accepted me into their community, and people I’ve never met…read more →

In the River Moving Forward

Greetings, I have discovered that humans become retrospective when a new chapter of life is turning its page.  I suppose I am no different.  As I turn my eye toward this new direction, I entertain thoughts of days gone by.  An unknown wise person once said, “If you look back too much, you will soon be headed that way.”  So,…read more →

The Comeback

Well, it’s good to be back.  I trust that you are relieved and excited to see another one of my letters.  If this is the first letter you have received from me… welcome. It seems that bad things happen to me even when I am in the United States.  I used to blame my troubles on Niger, but apparently bizarre…read more →