This week I’m doing a peer debriefing course.  It’s been very interesting so far to learn about how to do a proper debriefing and who we can actually debrief.  There are still two more days to go and I’m excited about what we’re learning!

Not that long ago we had a half day of prayer at MAF.  At 11:00 in the morning we all met in the conference room and listened to a devotional from a local pastor.  We also sang and prayed.  Then we ate a snack together.  Following the snack, we had some lunch and at 1:00 each department met to pray and then at 2:00 the ladies who work for MAF and some of us wives met together to share our praise and prayer requests.  After that we all congregated on the base and I got everyone warmed up with some running/walking and stretches.  Then my friend K taught everyone a simple line dance, which they loved!  Following that I got a rousing game of dodgeball going.  It was kinda funny because the national workers had never played before so I had to explain all the rules.  Exercise at the local schools here tends to be limited to stretches and marching…  really…

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On the Easter weekend the kids enjoyed an egg hunt on base.  It was the first time for the kids and they loved it!

At the pasar (market) you can buy coloured chicks.  They’ve injected the eggs with dye.  Super cute!

There’ve been no developments on the “I” front as of late.  I’m really hoping it will just go away…  🙂

 

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About Erica Feunekes

Myself, my husband Hugo and our five kids live and work in Sentani, Papua, with Mission Aviation Fellowship.
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  1. Audrey says:

    LOVE the purple chick!

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