Giving Thanks

We are thankful for so many things this week, but I’ll limit the post to three.

First, we have had abundant rain. Thank you for praying for it; you can probably stop.

DSCN9667Second, we celebrated the missionary service of Daryll and Verna Stanton at chapel on Tuesday. Vice Chancellor Bhebhe challenged the students, “I wouldn’t be Nazarene if I didn’t say that God is still calling missionaries.”

There will be a few more celebratory events in the days ahead before the Stantons’ departure in early December.

If you would like to have the Stantons speak at your church as they do their year-long victory lap stateside, contact Daryll at

Third, the Wash-Pac Work & Witness team is making an impact here. They are involved in a myriad of projects all over the campus. They have learned about local bees and visited the apiary. They have eaten local foods.  They even have a snake story. One thing I think all could agree on is that Work & Witness is a stretching experience.

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