This past Sunday we attended the village church of Kolinvaai south of Nalerigu. Pastor Sugri invited William to preach – his first time in Ghana. A well-educated church member provided the translation from English to Mampruli since only a few of the church members speak English. One thing William did differently from his preaching in […]
Most clothes women wear in our region are made out of these fabrics. They create elaborate outfits with layers of fabric. Sometimes they use one pattern, other times there is a “theme” to the fabric, and sometimes they just mix & match. At the hospital patients will bring sheets of fabric to use for bedding, […]
Here’s a creepy crawler we spotted on one of the paths on the hospital compound. Terrifying!
William posted a bit about one of the spots where we get our groceries a couple weeks back. Here’s a shot of our standard staples that we live off of in Nalerigu.
In the past week or so, I’ve help deliver four babies via c-section – none of which were alive or able to be resuscitated. It can be very disheartening to the surgeon and is even more so for the families. The photo above is of the fifth child I delivered and it was a living, […]
It is rainy season and we often have huge thunderstorms roll through in the afternoons. In these photos, you can see the ominous clouds approaching.
In 2007, we were very blessed to have Baby (Ellen) help take care of Trey who was 1-year-old at the time. This year, Abena helped us out by keeping an eye on Trey while I was traveling and Heidi was at the hospital. Baby still helped us out by cooking traditional Ghanaian meals for us. […]
This was Trey’s Sunday School class this past Sunday in Nalerigu. It was led by one of the missionary couple’s daughter and she had quite the captive audience.