Who knew pineapples don't grow on trees?

Kibungo_2015b Posted by Kibungo 2015 on Tue, 04 Aug 2015 | 3 comments | Bookmark: digg this Post this to del.icio.us Post this to Facebook

Hi everyone, day three here in Rwanda but our first official day out and about in Kibungo!

We visited the parish of Kigarama, where we were so warmly welcomed by the pastor, his family and representatives from a few of the differnet projects which are being run throughout the area. We had a great opportunity to visit several of these projects, which included sewing, craftsmanship and pineapple plantations – with myself (William) even having the opportunity of harvesting a pineapple (from the ground, not trees as many of us on the team originally thought).

We were able to see how the projects have been benefitting the people and how all the glory is given to God! Following a beautiful lunch in the pastor’s house we then made our way back to where we are staying and enjoyed some time with the bishop before having a stroll around Kibungo and some supper! We are all having an early night tonight as we leave early in the morning to go and make some mud bricks, which should be very interesting!

So keep the prayers going we have already seen the power it has!

William

William Duke is a member of the CMSI Mission Experience Team Abroad, currently visiting our Global Partners in Kibungo Diocese, in Rwanda. You can read more from the Kibungo team here

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wendy duke said Wed, 05 Aug 2015 08:33AM
Glad to hear you are all well and having a good time the Lord is good keeping u all in our prayers this is a wonderfully experience for u Lucy and all the team love mum dad and all the family
Derick and Stella Wilson said Wed, 05 Aug 2015 07:38PM
Hi Lucy and William. Glad to read you have arrived safely. Am sure you find it a big change from Richhill, especially the weather!!! Trust your visit will be a lasting blessing. We are praying for you.
Ann johnston said Thu, 13 Aug 2015 10:05PM
Hi Lucy and William, glad everything is going well and it's a great experience for you, keep safe

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