We are on our way to Ameya. We are so grateful Pastor comes to pick us up everyday.
Today we see a tractor – it isn’t often that we see such fancy modern equipment here.
We turn down the Ameya Road
The road to Ameya isn’t always this quiet, but for some reason today it was. The truck drove fast, and the breaze was delightful as we headed towards the church.
Today we notice how green everything is and we give thanks for the rain. The people of Ameya count on agriculture to provide for their families. The rain is a good thing!
We notice this little house is completely empty and for a few minutes I think about what it would be like to simply move in. I think that is how it works here. If no one is there already, you can go ahead a claim it.
The Sketchy Bridge
I am grateful for this man in so many ways. Today I smile just thinking about the adventures we’ve had in the past 4 months and the adventures we will have today!
We arrive in Ameya. There are others here today too. I love that God continues to send people to love on this community. God knows the people of Ameya, God loves the people of Ameya, and each one of them was meant for a relationship with Him.