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A Story Worth Telling

    Today we were escorted by our hosts around Cape Town. We saw Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for many years. We drove around Table Mountain, one of the great wonders of the world. We visited a vintage craft market to see and buy beautiful African art, jewelry, and clothing pieces from local artists. We gazed in amazement at a spectacular sunset over Sunset Beach. All in all, We experienced a wonderful day of great company and sight seeing in beautiful South Afri

The day I prayed for rain to stop....

In Nepal, it is monsoon season. For those who don't receive much rain, it means it rains EVERYday several times a day or all day. Most of the time we are prepared with rain jackets or inside when the rain hits. 

One day we were interceding at a Hindu temple when the rain started. It rained for awhile so we prayed some more and heard more of our translators testimony. Finally, it was getting close to time for children's ministry; our translator suggested we pray for the rain to ST

Faithful in prayer

 

A lot of our time here is spent in prayer. We pray for the Hindu communities, the Buddhist areas, the valley, healing for people in the church and like you read in my last blog, for it to stop raining.

I do not think I have ever prayed so much in my life. We often pray 'Nepali' style or what some call warrior prayer: everyone prays out-loud at the same time. I listen to the Nepali people around me and am astounded at their prayers. I can't understand them, but I can feel