I was out in the bush the past two days with David and Tami Wood, Kerry Spencer, and a volunteer named Joyce Hall. Joyce is 71 and has been to Burkina Faso 4 times on volunteer trips! This morning we visited a family with a newborn and Joyce gave them a nice new baby blanket. […]
At the end of October when I was in Abidjan I went out with some old friends and had some attiéké. Last week I spent most of my time at the media office in Abidjan working so I decided to grab some attiéké from a joint across the street every day for lunch. Attiéké is […]
Portrait of a Tuareg (Tamasheq) man in Burkina Faso
In the outpatient department, each patient gets a 4×6 index card for the doctor to record his finding, treatment plans and prescriptions. When the front and back are used up, another card is stapled to it. For some of the older patients who have been coming for many years, it is interesting to flip back […]
I’ve been hanging out in Bobo Dioulasso today at the Woods’ home. We did some shopping this morning and visited with some local Baptist pastors this afternoon. Tomorrow we’ll be heading out early in the morning to some remote areas to meet up with a journeyman (short-term missionary) and a pastor. We hope to show […]
A while back I posted an abstract image of white corn drying in the sun. On a later date I photographed the woman spreading the corn out. She had a big metal bowl full of corn and walked back and forth tossing the bright, white powder around.