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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
July 24, 2010 4:09 pm
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Yes, Phil and Linda were endearingly together for a week in Torit. Having upgraded to a second net book, we’re not competing for computer time anymore. Too much of the week was spent at the keyboard, but Phil also had some excellent connections with church leaders and enjoyed horticulture therapy, trimming up the yard bushes and trees. The week’s highlight was a candlelight, moonlight date in our back yard with Linda’s special raisin pie and raisin bars for desert. Then we fell asleep reading some heartwarming memories of our family growing up years in Williamsport.

If we want to go to the prettiest piece of geography in Torit, we simply step out our back door. People ask our gardener where we get all the flowers. One Kenyan pastor while waiting for a flight in our back yard said, “This place is just so different than all the rest of Torit. So clean and green and colorful.” We praise God for our home and togetherness and HIS amazing creation.

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