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Wayne, Hilary & Adelaide Denny. Preparing to Serve in Leadership Training in Senegal, Africa. God has called us to take advantage of a unique window of religious freedom in Muslim Senegal by equipping church leaders who have a heart for reaching their country and the Muslim world.

We should be jealous. . . for the honour of His name – troubled when it remains unknown, hurt when it is ignored, indignant when it is blasphemed. And all the time anxious and determined that it shall be given the honour and glory which are due to it.” John Stott

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Things that no longer make me panic...

The cheese aisle at the grocery store.  I actually bought my first French cheese this week and it's really good!

Praying in French.  At least in class, if I ever have to actually pray in front of French people, that might be a different story.  

The Bises.  That's the way French people greet each other at church.  Obviously you can see why I said Bises and not French kiss.  

Having people stop me on the street to ask a question.  I've even been able to answer them a couple of times (hope the directions worked!)

Choosing French as the language of choice at the ATM machine.  It's harder than you think!

Just wanted to let everyone know that we are making progress!


renea mac said...


Oh, I miss those things; except praying in French... I never could do that.

Hooray for progress.

abainfrance said...

Found you! I remember some of those same steps.