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God’s Masterpiece

God’s Masterpiece

Rehoboth International School recently celebrated Annual Day with the theme God’s Masterpiece.  The picture shows all of the current staff, and you can see some of the kids performing in the pictures below. “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”  Ephesians 2:10 I … Continue reading

Christmas Blessings

Christmas Blessings

2013 has been an interesting year.  Starting with our trip to India in January, my first trip back since 1973 and Alison’s first trip ever, we have been catapulted into a journey to return full-time.  While there, our stop at Rehoboth in Thrissur was a very brief encounter, just two hours, but started us thinking … Continue reading

Preparation

Preparation

The Purple Sunbird was something I remember from childhood.  Out by the back veranda was a passion fruit vine and the Sunbirds would often build a hanging nest with their characteristic little covered porch.  They spend a lot of time building an amazing little abode.  I was thinking about the fact that God our Father … Continue reading

Final Week and Back to Canada

Final Week and Back to Canada

Sharrianne with “Mummy” who nursed her with a medicine dropper every 10 minutes as an infant, then nurtured her into the lovely girl she is today.  She was born weighing only 800 grams.  She is now in Grade 6 at Rehoboth International School. Went down to Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) on the night train Wednesday night.  A quick … Continue reading

The Second Week at Rehoboth

The Second Week at Rehoboth

Met with two of the trustees for Rehoboth recently.   Brother Godly and his wife live almost across the street, and they are a lovely couple with a big heart for the Orphanage.  Brother Ben Jacob George lives in Dubai and does business in Kerala.  His father ran the Boys’ Orphanage for many years and … Continue reading

The First Few Days at Rehoboth

The First Few Days at Rehoboth

The flight via Singapore on Singapore Airlines was a long trip, nearly two days.  Eighteen hours of that was in Singapore Airport, which is rated the best airport in the world.  You could almost live in it!  Butterfly Garden, Orchid Garden, delightful food choices, even a Rolex store if one had the money! Arrival at … Continue reading

Conversation with Phyllis today

Conversation with Phyllis today

We had a long conversation with Phyllis Treasure today about Rehoboth International School where we are planning to work this coming year.  The school now has students up to Grade 7 and will be starting Grade 8 this June.  They are using the CBSE curriculum and hoping to get accreditation status with the government so … Continue reading