This past week Maseru experienced a winter storm that brought much needed rain to Maseru and the lowlands and snow to our mountains. We are so grateful for this as last winter we had almost no snow and, as a result, our country was thrown into the beginnings of the worst drought on record. The […]
This is the first blog post I have written for MAF as a mom… so seems appropriate I would write about an experience involving my new daughter, Wyleigh Relebohile (Lebo). Recently we joined another MAF family, the Youngs and made a visit to Katse, a village in the mountains of Lesotho. We were going to […]
Life has been busy for the MAF Lesotho team with some longtime families being reassigned to new locations and a new family arriving in a few weeks. What this meant for me was a long-prayed-for opportunity to be moved from my flat (apartment) into a house—yahoo! I was choosing the colors I wanted to use […]
In my five years of serving with MAF in Lesotho, one of the things I have grown to appreciate the most is the missionary community. We are excited for each other’s breakthroughs, we mourn each other’s losses, we intercede and work together for God to be fully known and glorified here. We’re all on the […]
I don’t know about you, but generally speaking, waiting is one of my least favorite activities. Why?
Perhaps it is due to being raised in a time-oriented culture of microwaves, fast food, fast cars, fast coffee, and lightning-fast internet. Maybe it is because it often “feels” like wasted time. Or, perhaps it […]
Sunday worship at the farm.
We were tired. The MAF Lesotho team went from ten families down to four as our other teammates were on furlough. That left us with three pilots, one of whom was serving as the interim program manager for several weeks. We were spread thin and all of us were […]