Heading to Nepal March 28—Finally!
It’s been 21 months since I returned from Nepal to USA for an operation and recovery time . I certainly didn’t anticipate the arrival of COVID, plus other operations and lock-downs. Now I’m finally able to return to Nepal March 28.
By the time you get our latest newsletter, I’ll be on my way to University of Michigan hospital for my next surgery. On Tues-day, October 6, I will be having surgery on my back.
I have degenerative arthritis of the spine. MRIs have shown that lumbar 4—5 –6 are compressing the sciatic nerves. This is creating severe pain in both hips and down the legs, making it very difficult to walk.
The Covid-19 continues to be a nightmare for the world today. As I write this article, Nepal and Uganda remained locked down. In Nepal, police roam the streets, enforcing the cur-few against those who would dare to venture out. In both countries, the lock-down has been extended to around the first of June, with no guarantee that the lock-downs will end then.
The Jesus Seminary of the Himalayas continues to grow and develop its programming as it trains pastors and church leaders. The Jesus Seminary now has three programs: PhD, Masters of Ministry and a Basic Program to train rural pas-tors with a limited education.
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In May, the first of the Medical Out-posts for the Church of Uganda will open in Kikorongo village on the edge of Queen Elizabeth National Park. This is the first of ten proposed medical out-posts sponsored by Renaissance Out-reach Ministries.
One of my favorite characters of the Christmas story is John the Baptist. A cousin to Jesus, he is definitely a color-ful character. Mark in his Gospel write:
“John wore clothing made of camel’s hair, with a leather belt around his waist, and he ate locusts and wild honey.”—Mark 1:6
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