Continental Friends

We’ve been blessed lately to have friends who we served with in Cameroon, come to our home in Pleasant Hill.  It’s been great to be together in a different context, seeing one another and spending time together in the USA.  It’s been great to host and entertain Cameroonian style with an American twist.

P & SThe funny and wonderful lady in this picture I met and connected with right away when I was her orientation buddy.  I got to spend four days orienting her to life in Cameroon before she went to allocate to a village.  Her hubby was raised in Cameroon with his family and served there in various roles.  David first met him while visiting the Far North of Cameroon.  They met as two singles in Cameroon who were serving in two different areas and now are a happily married couple.  They were our pinochle partners in Cameroon and we were able to play a game when they stayed with us.

E & D+The courageous lady in this picture and I would meet together for prayer, accountability and looking at God’s Word together.  I remember many prayers through her pregnancy with the youngest of their little ones.  I also remember holding that little one whenever I had the chance.  It was great being able to host them for a meal on their way through our area.  They are preparing to leave to serve in Bulgaria.

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3 Responses to Continental Friends

  1. Pop-pop says:

    What a great opportunity to share with friends. You are truly an international family.

  2. MawMaw says:

    You’re extending a wonderful gift of hospitality to your friends.

  3. Suzie says:

    We always love being with you guys – knowing we can be ourselves and truly relax, and the food is always fantastic! Hopefully in the not too distant future we’ll have a place to invite you to come to… signed the “funny and wonderful lady”! 😉

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