Easter Weekend

Flowers 066Easter week in Vanuatu is a time for church camps, week-long night outreaches and finally sunrise Easter Sunday services. This special focus starts on Palm Sunday and goes full swing until Easter Sunday.

The first term of classes are out at JBI and school will resume on May 10th. During this break we have JBI students going many places for ministry. Four students have gone to Saama, on the north side of Efate, to speak at a youth camp and three of our female students are currently running a kid’s camp in a poor neighborhood of the city. Other students have gone to other communities to assist churches and pastors in a variety of ways. Pastor Kiel, one of the JBI teachers is speaking at a youth camp on the island of Malekula over this long weekend and then will fly to the island of Tanna for a pastor’s seminar.

We, on the other hand, will be having a family weekend attending services. We have had a very busy term at JBI and need to catch up on some family time, submit grades and reports, and finalize the details for our classroom construction project. I am also translating a 48 page booklet in Bislama which will be printed and handed out at a women’s conference on May 15th.

The crates which we sent from the US months ago have yet to arrive and all of our homeschool materials are inside them. This delay has put our kids months behind in school. We have reordered some books and have borrowed books from SIL missionaries so we can continue working on some subjects. Needless to say, homeschooling will be a priority over the next few months also. Pray that our crates will eventually make it to Vanuatu!

We wish you all a blessed Easter! He is Risen!

One Reply to “Easter Weekend”

  1. It is so great to get caught up on what is going on in your corner of the world. I can’t believe how much Jasmine and Jeremy have grown. We will be praying that your crates arrive soon and safely. God bless all your efforts.

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