These were our 3 showers that all the women shared. After heating our own water we would lower the bucket in the shower and fill it with our water and then raise our bucket and take a shower.
Each afternoon we would pump water into our kettle and then heat it over the fire so we could have warm water to take a shower with.
The children found a chamelion one day and loved letting it crawl on their arms. Zambians are afraid of these creatures as you can tell in this picture that Anna Zulu is not even letting it touch her skin.
This is Mark Hatfield telling the participants about Baptist Global Response. The participants also went out into the villages to ask the people what they thought were some of their physical needs.
The night before the participants left for their home stays this puff adder was found and killed. It sure is a big one! It was found where a lot of the children played during school. Thankfully, we were all finished with school at this time.
Anna Hooten came and joined us this past week to help with the children. Here she is helping Emily with her math.
From front to back these are some of our Journey girls: Johanna, Kim, Lesley, Tracey, Whitnee, and Becky.
This is a picture of Mwaka having to wash her own clothes after a long day of cooking for all of us.
A lot of the women got together several times during 40/40 and had a bible study on the book of Joshua.
Some people washed their own clothes by hand but then some of us paid one of the local women to wash our clothes for us.