Last day in Morocco

Our last day in Morocco was a lot of fun and great blessings. All told I guess that in three days I was teaching or preaching for about 12 hours. God has given us wonderful missionaries there. I thank him for the American family and for the Peruvian family. I also praise him for the new Peruvian man that arrived to learn the language and help put together Arabic programing.

I thank God for the churches in American that are preparing people to teach and preach around the world and those in Peru also. I was very pleased with all that I saw.

I am especially pleased at the boldness of God’s people to take the gospel to the lost even at the risk of expulsion or worse. I praise God that they are trying to live New Testament Christianity.

About 2 p.m. we started for Casablanca and the airport. David Lundy and I then got on the plane, landed in Niger, then came on over to Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Keith Shumaker met us at the airport at a little before 4 AM. We went to bed and slept until about 9 and are getting our day started now.

It was cold and rainy the entire time in Morocco and it is cooking hot here in Burkina Faso. They are turning the electricity off every day for several hours which means no computer, no fans, no ac etc. So this makes the 100 degree temperatures even more unbearable.

We are here with one of my heroes as a missionary. He has had malaria 12 times I think it is. He has quite a few health problems brought on by the life in Burkina Faso. He is one of the most selfless, bravest men that I have ever known. He has a wife just like him.

I am excited to know what God is going to do over the next days. I will be preaching tonight, at least two times on Sunday, and then again Monday night. There will be discussion times etc on Tuesday and Wednesday and then we will head home.

Lord willing, David and I will be back at home on Thursday evening late. Thank you for praying for us.

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