Last week we were able to wire the two new buildings here at ASAPH Teaching Ministry. Both the Teaching Center and the kitchen/living room are now equipped with 12-volt lights and 110 lights. And they have outlets for appliances and equipment. I am thankful for this 'finishing touch' on the construction project.
ASAPH sponsors make all of these changes possible. We'll no longer be tripping over extension chords and plugging and re-plugging things with every change of activity, and it's all possible because folks contribute to the ministry here.
We've been experimenting with my new blender! Mango juice was a success. We had a couple of failures as well. The salsa I tried to make didn't come out so well. It ended up being a nice sauce to cook some SPAM, though.
The other night I noticed that many houses in this community have light bulbs (at least one) lit in the evenings. Years ago it was only the missionary houses that didn't use a flame of some kind. It's good to see people living in less darkness. And it helps me to not stick out as the only guy in town with lights.
Missionary in Haiti.