Lake Kivu and the Congo are in the background.
Saturday we slept in until 7 a.m. At some point in the day we will show the movie again for the village and then leave early Sunday morning to travel from the southwest to the northwest. "There should be plenty of time today to catch up on some details, take some pictures, post a blog, and do some preparation for November." But about 8 a.m., while I was enjoying Rwandan coffee, bread and honey, I was informed the plan had changed. "They decided to have the worship service today and they want you to preach." So now I have about one hour to shower, dress, and think about a message.
Hand-dug ditch to catch water for household use.
Doorways from left to right: toilet (three boards with a hole in the middle), shower (small room with an uneven rock floor, a cup and a bucket with warm water), kitchen (dirt floor with several open fires).
This was not the day I was expecting, but God blessed.