Recently, Ted and Kim Rabenold sent an email update to all of those interested in their ministries. It had so much good information and so many good things happening in their ministries that I just had to share them with all of you. We are so thankful for the way the Lord is using Ted and Kim to bring people to Christ and also to help improve their living conditions in the Rukway Valley of Tanzania!
These are beekeeping trainees from Kigoma, Lulindi, and Dodoma who came for training of trainers (TOT) in beekeeping. The training consisted of theory, practical with hands on honey harvesting, as well as processing and packaging of honey and wax.
Our Tanzanian team pictured with Ryker, our grandson, at the Swahili wedding service for Savannah and James. He hasn’t met any of our extended family or friends but will be coming to the States in the fall.
Beekeeping and farming go hand in hand! Each one helps the other.
Our Rukwa Valley house in Nsanga. Come visit us!
Lazaro with his new beehive. Lazaro is heading up a beekeeping project based in Kigoma focused on helping rural, small-scale farmers.
Thanks to those who have donated to the wheelchair project. Many suffer from accident and polio-related disabilities in our region. It is our goal to raise the funds to help 24 more people who have been identified as needing wheelchairs like the one pictured. If you are interested in being a part of this project, click HERE.