Ipalo Team enroute

Ipalot Posted by IPALO Meta 2012 on Fri, 27 Jul 2012 | 3 comments | Bookmark: digg this Post this to del.icio.us Post this to Facebook

This morning 10 of us from St Columba’s said their farewells to friends and Family and headed to Heathrow where we are at present. Surrounded by prayers of parishioners and friends we are looking forward to the next 14 days touring around Zambia – meeting new friends and discovering what the local Church in Zambia is doing.

I was speaking this morning on the phone to Archbishop Chama who is looking forward to our arrival. We would also like to welcome to our blog Cliff … one of the youth at St. Paul’s which be will be visiting later in our trip … Mulishani? (How are you).

One of the great things about being sent out this morning from our parish I asked our prayer chain to pray for a simple and straightforward travel … It is amazing when we count our blessings … We got through the fast lane in Terminal 5 Security :-) God is Good!!

Please keep praying … we hope to update this blog as much as possible … please do leave comments below we will pick them up from time to time on the trip.

Blessings

Robert (In T5)

no photos yet but some will be coming on future posts

Comments

Simon Genoe said Mon, 30 Jul 2012 08:59AM
Hi Robert and team, thinking and praying for you all as you embark on this adventure! Read this quote this morning and thought of you! “Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God” — William Carey God bless, Simon
Linda Wilson said Thu, 02 Aug 2012 06:40PM
Hi Everyone We had a lovely service last night and were delighted to hear about what you have been doing in Zambia. Glad to hear Aaron is clean despite the problems with water!!! Hope you continue to learn a lot and value the experiences you are having on this trip. Take care.
Jules said Sun, 05 Aug 2012 09:53PM
Hey Robert and team.It seems I can't add a comment on your latest blog so thought I'd write here. Thinking and praying for you all . . .it brings back lots of very happy memories of Zambia. JUst keep stepping out of your comfort zones and see what our great God will do for you all. Blessings Julesx

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