When she was 14 years old, an older man ‘wanted’ Elisa, to take her as his spouse (although not legally marry her). So, he made a deal with her family. He would trade them a few cows for their daughter, Elisa. So, they obligated her to go with him. (Practices like this are very common
Missionary Charles, his wife Missionary Jenny, and Missionary Susan, obeying the call to “Go Ye…..” and preach this gospel to those who have never heard, that souls might be won into the kingdom! We have lived by the old song that says, “Where He leads me I will follow.” No, we have never been afraid…because
Just down the street from our home is this Sugar Cane Market. There you will find sugar cane in many forms, such as; Cut into small sections for easy transport; peeled, bagged and ready to eat; as a juice; made into a type of brown sugar and other things.
One day last week, we were leaving the Puyupungo church and taking the children home. About 10 minutes into the ride, the children asked me if I’d stop at a nearby watering hole. (This pit is used for washing dishes and washing clothes). So, I said, “Sure, I’ll stop”. When I did, I saw a