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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
February 16, 2010 10:49 pm
Published in: Uncategorized

Logistics is not a word which we heard often in the USA, but here we hear it a lot!
Logistics means anything from assisting in arranging flights/rides, buying or getting supplies to the recipient, arranging for the needs of the members, etc.
Our job as team leaders in South Sudan necessitates lots of logistical details.
Here Linda is assisting Ali in packing some “pretty green” tomatoes for the rough ride to Ikotos (egg cartons are good for tomatoes’ travel!).
(Jacob and Joan, in the background, are cutting up a pineapple for all the travelers’ refreshment before their departure.)

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