Wednesday, June 14, 2017

#rwanderful: Day 3

Woohoo! I'm blogging before 10 pm. This post has a prayer of making sense.

We visited the New Life Christian Academy and High School in Kayonza today.

We started with a tour of the school and saw so many teacher friends. This week, the students are taking their midterm exams, so each of us were able to help proctor exams. I got to call roll, pass out, and collect their exams. I learned that my default is to pronounce names with a Spanish pronunciation. Sorry kids. I can't figure out which country I am in.

We also got to see the new computer lab that has computers AND wifi along with the BRAND NEW science labs. I am so excited to see how they will continue to grow and learn throughout the next year as they begin to use these facilities.

The computers are here!

Our 11th grade chemists

This is weird but I wanted the whole room in the picture. 

Lots of storage

Janet the chemist

I spent some time with Lauren's sweet David and the Munford family's delightful Rehema, and I loved hugging them and hearing about their lives since I saw them last. They are precious and loving and thankful for their sponsors.



Tomorrow, we will go to Kageyo so we will leave at 5:30 am and return around 6:30 pm. We have also been preparing for the conference in our free evening time this week. We will work a little tomorrow evening, but the conference starts on Friday, so pray that each group is able to accomplish the necessary tasks for each of our presentations. Pray for good rest to take care of the exhaustion levels. We will rest on Sunday, and we are all ready for that day to come.

There may not be a blog for the next couple days with it being the busiest days, so don't worry. :)

Love y'all!


  1. Thinking and praying for you and your team. Your enthusiasm brings me lots of joy as I read through your adventure :)