Kids and the Village

If Emily has any regrets about growing up in the Solomon Islands, it is probably that she didn’t get to live in a village for a long enough to learn a local language apple store apps downloaden. She envies her MK (missionary kid) friends who spent many years living in a village because their parents […]

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Day 3 in Kia – Sunday

We woke to a drizzling rain. The rain is welcome as yesterday one of the water tanks ran dry. At 6:30 am the church drum pounded out a rhythm that sounded like it would never end. We ate a little breakfast and got ready to walk down the hill to the church service. The church […]

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Day 2 in Kia – Saturday

This morning a couple of the men in the village took us all out to an island where we spent part of the day. We glided through dark blue waters in a fiberglass boat powered by an outboard motor on the back zoiper herunterladen. The village lay behind us as we motored through the passageway […]

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Day 1 in Kia – Friday

The beating of the church drum at 6:15 AM announced the new day and called people to the morning prayer service at the Anglican church down the hill from the house games for mobile to. We didn’t get up for the prayer service, but lazily stayed in bed for a while. The kids started stirring […]

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