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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
March 19, 2012 7:14 pm
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Our days are filled with connections with our supporters here in central Pennsylvania, where we used to live and work before moving to Africa. The weekend was exceptionally warm and we were able to enjoy the spring temperatures as we shared with our good friends!

March 1, 2012 6:14 pm
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Even for our Boston family, the day was too cold for an outdoors picnic. When the adventure castle did not welcome our picnic in their playground, we asked the fire hall and they not only  let us use their tables but enthralled our boys with a hands-on firetruck adventure. No buildings burned down on our watch!

Building experience begins at an early age at these family gatherings.  Grandpa Afika quickly realized that supervising preschool play is as challenging as missionary leadership

  The little Ethiopian dress found at the end of an exciting treasure hunt was indeed a treasure. But the true treasure was this little angel who stole the hearts of her Africa Grandparents by dubbing  us  “Mee-ma and Pea-pa”.

These two generations stayed up long after even our own bedtimes chatting  in our spacious weekend retreat house offered by one of our sending church members and supporters. We are truly blessed.

March 1, 2012 5:24 pm
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The little guy in white will never remember as a 3 week old, but his older sibs will help him anticipate this tradition of our visits to Orange County, CA. Africa night with finger foods after properly washed hands. Beans purchased at the tree-shaded market cooked over a three stone fire. Hunting wild animals on our back yard safari after a satisfying meal. How lucky can it be to have Africa-American grandparents?