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everyone to Sakeji School. The project was completed in their handwork class
last term and this one. Congratulations on a job well done!
Sakeji river as the last one before the plain and then the Sakeji School
turn-off. Erosion of the road at the Sakeji river near its source due to
heavy rains has almost cut us off from the rest of Zambia. This picture was
taken of the road yesterday, with the wash-away now the main feature! Should
we call it the Sakeji Grand Canyon? It is certainly not so “grand” to anyone wanting to travel this direction.
It is doubtful if small vehicles will be able to get through on this route.
Even the alternative road through Ikonga is impassable. Try flying!
reading of the Scriptures. We feel it is such a privilege and a real
responsibility to have a room full of boys listening to God’s Word. It is
even more of a privilege for boys to have the opportunity to be taught daily
the sacred text in the dorm and classroom. In the dorm after the reading,
all the boys must answer a question correctly. We do want the Word to enter
deeply into their heart, and to lead them to the Saviour.
in making new signs to direct people to the school. They cut and planed the
planks, designed the sign on paper, transferred the outline to the plank,
and then embedded the lettering with a router, painted the letters, and
finally sanded and varnished the finished product. You can see them putting
up one new sign on a rainy day, happy with the finished product.
Can you recognize things in this picture? It is taken at the corner of the
girls’ dorm (used to be boys dorm before 1994) with the wood burning hot
water heater heating the old tank at the top of the building at the top
middle of the picture. The new tank connected to the older solar panels is
in front of it, and then two new sets of solar water heaters on the left. A
great improvement — not only were baths warm, but the girls even had hot
water for washing this morning!