Ken, Karen and Ken’s Mom, Marilyn at the Harrisburg covered bridge near Gatlinburg, Tn.
Our time in USA is quickly coming to an end and we are getting ready to get “back in the saddle”. The gang in Zambia are doing a fantastic job while we are away. It makes this trip so much more enjoyable – knowing that the ministry continues even without us. I guess that is a good thing???
I have often said that “a sign of a serious missionary is to work yourself out of a job”. Our guys and gals back in Zambia are taking that to heart – trying to show that “they can do it”! We have no doubt!
This month we were visited by one of our Zambian staff, Michael Mumanga.
We had the pleasure of inviting Michael to America and watching him experience many “FIRSTS’ .
This is the permanent smile that appears on a Zambian’s face when he gets the chance of a lifetime…to visit USA in person.
Had to take him in when the HOT NOW sign was on.
Michael standing next to a legend!
Yes, that stuff is quite cool!
Michael says EVERYBODY in Zambia will be envious of him being this close to Dunkin’ Donuts!!
Michael’s Dream Car!
There is NOTHING like this in Zambia…
Visiting my stomping grounds!
Michael’s first snowfall – EVER!
Getting the word out is key to maintaining a dynamic relationship with our supporting churches and individual sponsors.
Thank you for having us in your pulpits and in your homes!
It hurts to see more American Pride in the heart of a foreigner…than right here in this “HIGHLY” blessed land of the BRAVE and the FREE.
editorial: Ken Buckner
All of our staff dreams of visiting America. Would you consider sponsoring one or two of them…or “all” of them next year???