My teaching schedule has been pretty nonstop since the beginning of March. I have this next week without teaching, giving me the much needed opportunity to attend to a number of other important issues, and then I begin teaching another class on the 31st. I'm thankful to God for the opportunities!
Enjoy some pictures of the week!
|Not a great picture but two great people! Allen Gweh, National Director of LEAD and Daniel Weetol from Liberia. Ever the comedian, Daniel kept us laughing all week.|
|The beautiful and talented Beatrice (left) from Hopeline Institute in Ghana. This dedicated woman came to Kenya not only with her seven month old son, but also with her mother in tow so that she could attend classes and keep nursing her baby!|
|My dear friend, Fanny Atta-Peters, director of Hopeline Institute in Ghana. We snuck away when we could to talk! She is hoping to come to my wedding in June with her dear husband Dennis, my protective big brother!|
|Boadu, also from Ghana, also the entertainer in the group, as can be seen on the faces of Mary (Uganda) and Jackie (Grand Rapids). We had some great debates together as a group and a lot of laughs.|
|The week ended with the "businesses" facing the "bank," both of whom took their jobs VERY seriously and did great jobs!|
|Then off to have some fun. Martin Mutuku scales the rock climbing wall with ease.|
|Two of my favorite people, Allen and Fanny, lounging on a Friday night.|