Unfortunately, I was pretty sick for most of July and August; no big surprise as ‘tummy troubles’ blossom into full-blown ‘who knows what’ so easily here. To be honest, God’s grace and my own experience healed me! The doctor said I had the “Tanzania Trio: typhoid, malaria, and UTI.” I haven’t had any of those before plus that’s what they tell everybody they have (so you will buy medicine). But I took my meds and got sicker than ever—it took me a month get my system back in balance! Tanzania has some of the best probiotic yogurt kitchens in the world so between adjusted meds, probiotic capsules, papaya and yogurt, I got well—and I am still drinking my yogurt daily! I’m so thankful I didn’t have to make the expensive trip to Kenya to the gastroenterologist!
|super smart 12-14 year old boys
|the precious 10-12 year old girls!
|kids and caregivers and me
|kids looking at the Swahili Picture Bible
On Sunday mornings, I teach youth Sunday School; we have from 15 to 30; it is not always well-attended either but we keep trying! Pray that the kids will come!! During the sermon, the kids go outside for Sunday School. Since we have so many kids, we split them up into two groups. I teach the older ones since often there are 35-50 in each group!
|teaching Sunday School
Thank you for your continuing support and prayers for us and know that we are praying for you, too! I praise God for the faithfulness you have shown by praying for us! And we are so blessed by those of who are continuing to support Transform Tanzania financially! I simply would not be here without you and you are here with me in spirit! So come see us IN PERSON! Come for a visit to see how we are ALL IN to Transform Tanzania!! Much love, Kay & The Kids