Thank you so much for your support, prayers and love for the work God has been doing through Ingrid Roldan-Roman.
Have you ever stood under a hot shower after a long day and just experienced the sheer joy of it? That’s how we felt during our recent ministry trip to the Philippines.
“In ordinary life, we hardly realize that we receive a great deal more than we give, and that is only with gratitude that life becomes rich.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Kathy Rice, RN, Tim Rice, MD and their youngest daughter Nancy moved to Vanga, Democratic Republic of Congo in 2015, to work in a rural village hospital. Kathy was given the position as head of the Nursing School in Vanga, educating 250 of Congo’s finest future nurses and midwives.
In some ways, the last year has been a huge challenge for me. It has nothing to do with culture or language or church systems or Bolivia. Due to meningitis almost 15 years ago, I have progressive hearing loss.
My name is Benjamin Oziel. I was born on March 12, 2016. My mom was raped by her own father, who is my grandfather and my dad. Although she did not believe it, my mom did not know she was pregnant with me, so I came into the world while she bathed in a ravine.