Cibilo Creek Community brings you todays news.....stay tuned! Ok today we had church service and half the team went to the adult service, in which TJ addressed the congregation, while the other half went to the children's service held under a gian tree, delightful. A very moving communion service followed in which there were many verses sung of Amazing Grace, which became a beautiful blend of Igala and English. After that we enjoyed lunch (thank you again St. Crystal), of rice and red sauce plus a chopped diced salad that might remind you of pico de guilo, minus the cilantro.
Afternoon was filled with friendship- girls handed out the sponsor letters and went to the childrens bible study, the guys worked on broken wheelchairs, which for me was simply removing the old broken part that must be replaced in the USA. TJ and Greg worked harder, bless their hearts, with the same results, parts needed. Good news is that we will now have UPS service to LaKojia. HUGE! The team is back at full force with the return of Chloe- thank you Lord! She was down with a 24 hr. bug. Yesterday was quite the day with half the team going to a funeral and the other half attending an Albino meeting where hats, sunglasses and sunscreen were handed out!! The Albinos were quite the crowd, so sad seeing life long challenges that await them with the limited resources here in Nigeria.
Tomorrow is another split with the girls headed off to the Iman's village (family tribe of Aiden Styskal). The men will be doing their best to create a playground for the children of the school that C4 has been involved with. Well folks the sun is setting, the stomachs are on empty, soon the generators will be turned on so that this will be uploaded.
Till the next time, the Lord is truly blessing this trip.......I miss my family- home and C4. May the Lord continue to bless our days here in the central bush of Nigeria.