Last home assignment, one of the Africa Nazarene University students whose story I told was Carlos Rwebogora.
As you’ll recall, Carlos was a student in my “Christian Beliefs” course. I saw Carlos at University Church of the Nazarene last Sunday. We chatted for a few minutes to catch up.
Carlos graduated from ANU in October with his Bachelor’s in counseling psychology. He’s now in the middle of a 3 month internship at Mathari Hospital here in Nairobi. Carlos is working in the psychotherapy unit, counseling those going through drug rehabilitation or patients diagnosed with HIV-AIDS.
When we were on home assignment last summer, many of you prayed that God would guide Carlos about where he should pursue his Master’s degree. Well, that decision is made. In January, he will begin his Master’s in Counseling Psychology right here at Africa Nazarene University. He doesn’t know yet whether he will specialize in family therapy or drug rehabilitation, but he still plans to return to his home in northern Tanzania and serve his people there.
It’s enouraging to see how God is using ANU to help young people like Carlos fulfill God’s calling on their lives. And thank you for your prayers for the faculty at ANU as we play our part.
Prayer requests…and other news
Next week is the beginning of a two week final exam period at ANU. Greg will be the Chief Examinations Officer for Week 1 here at the main campus (L.T. Marangu). Both Amy and Greg will be marking exams for large classes.
Amy is busy entering data from questionnaires students filled out in chapel, related to her EdD disssertation topic.
Today is Thanksgiving. We’re grateful to be joining with our missionary family for a turkey feast! God is good.