Charlie The Alligator Or It Looks Like Rain

During the years Diana and I served at the school for missionary children in the country of these posts I …

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Long periods of sustained hard blowing wind isn’t something common to the jungle. The predictable mid afternoon thunder storms …

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The Dugout

In the early days the boats we used to transport people and cargo along the labyrinth of rivers in our …

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Our Ministry Our ministry experience in Venezuela has been varied, challenging and most interesting! Beginning in his middle teen years, Danny worked hard as a deck hand and later as river boat captain delivering supplies and fuel to missionaries far from civilization. It was a fun thing, lots of hard work and more responsibility then you wanted, all rolled up in one package! Caring for our tribal friends’ health wherever we happened to be out in the jungle was always important to us. As well as giving direct medical help, we helped train several Indian friends to become medics themselves. We also worked with our survey and planning team. It was important to determine the best place to locate in any given tribal group with a view to serving and helping the greatest number of people. We remember with great fondness the eight years we served as dorm parents at the NTM school for missionaries children. We as MK’s serving the next generation of MK’s – how much better could it get? To have served with the church planting team was one of the highest honors of all. There we were sharing the Gospel of the Lord Jesus, and all…

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