The Monday trek!

Monday will be trip number 2! Chuck and Rackson will head to Lilongwe to the Embassy. Chuck tells me there is nothing like being on U.S soil even in Malawi! All the years of being on ship in the Navy and different ports all over the world gives your heart good when you step on American soil and see that U.S. Flag.
Chuck has quizzed and quizzed Rackson to help with the nerves! Rackson wants so much to come to the States! The trip to the United States will mean time with Pastor Bill learning about the Old Testament. How does the Old Testament tie into the New Testament. Visiting Pastors come to Malawi with a lot of Old Testament teaching. Rackson will also travel with Chuck to visit churches to present and update the works in Malawi.
The week has been busy with preparing for more visitors! I hear they are excited to work! Lots of Souls to tell about Jesus!
1 Cor 3:7-9

7 So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth ; but God that giveth the increase.

8 Now he that planteth and he that watereth are one: and every man shall receive his own reward according to his own labour.

9 For we are labourers together with God: ye are God's husbandry, ye are God's building.

Off to Lilongwe on Monday!

Rackson has all his paperwork, that is till the Embassy says different. Monday early Chuck and Rackson will head to Lilongwe to get Rackson's papers to come to the States. I see excitement!
The past week has been very busy with little time to play. Chuck has been helping Bro. Mark Logan with the preaching, John Fullford has helped also, and lots to do with all the National Pastors and families at the Mapangua campus. Chuck arrives at the house and heads to his bed and collapses to be ready for the next day. The excitement of what is happening is a blessing for him!

Chuck has had time to help the girls do the dishes and show the girls the Monk side of him. He has also been polishing the sink in Malawi. There is still a spot (water drip) in the sink at home that will have to wait for him. Only Chuck can polish a sink!
The blessing of having a recording of the Sunday service before he left has been wonderful. Bro. Danny Cook sang a song "Pray for me and I Pray for You" has a special meaning for Chuck. Lots of prayers are going out both ways and lots of prayers are being felt in Malawi! Chuck also listens to the Pastors sermon and this time he can fall asleep without getting caught(you just did). Sitting in the front row does not permit your head to drop. The recording gives him comfort of home! Thank you all for your prayers!

New pictures!

I have also posted on Victory World Blog new pictures!
Here are some of Bible Way Malawi!

The choir in their new outfits!

news from Chuck August 1st

For those of you who know Chuck, I have kept the kitchen sink polished and the rug at the front door turned just so and the list he has written is being checked off. He is funny! Don't tell him but the sink has a spot.
Saturdays are full! Today was spent soul winning then back to the college. The young people are attending a Bible College and Chuck will spend an hour teaching. The children are our future and they are growing physically as well as spiritually.
The truck is running again. The crank shaft went the other day, then looking for parts was an all day job. Then another part broke. I think Chuck is spending more on parts than on petrol to run it. Which has delayed him going out to the villages to help the churches. January and February Chuck did a survey, a fact finding, of the churches and what their needs are. The month of August along with Bro. Logan will be helping to build these churches to make them stronger in Scripture. Stronger also so the nationals can go out to their villages and tell others about Jesus.