This is Dale Lundy. He comes every year to teach in the school as well as help build up the church here.
This year, Dale is teaching Isaiah in the afternoons to all but one of our students. We are grateful that he loves the Khmers as we do and is willing to share his knowledge with them.
(Sorry; this is an old picture but I haven't taken a new one this year)
Rich is teaching Acts in the mornings.
I am having one of our older students, Kimsroeun, teach me Romans in the afternoons. He didn't pass it the first time he took it. Since we have Richard Roger's commentary "Paid In Full" translated into Khmer, along with the study guide, Kimsroeun is reading and studying that. He goes over his answers in the study guide with me. In addition, he has to read each chapter of Romans 3 times and then each day, he teaches a chapter to me (with the exception of chapters 7 and 8 that are broken into 2 lessons each). He has to select the most important verses in each chapter and memorize them(so far, he has memorized at least 3 verses in each chapter). This will take us to the end of the month. Kimsroeun has nearly completed all his courses. He is very sharp and is doing a great job teaching the book of Romans to me. He has taught through chapter 5 so far.
We are having to make a bit of a change from this however. Tuesday, I am going to assist Doris Morrison on her trip back to the US. She is an older lady that has lived her for many years. She runs a children's English school in Phnom Penh. She has had several medical issues in the last year and her doctor has finally told her that she needs to return to the US to have more extensive testing done. However, she is very weak and has other difficulties, so it was decided that she didn't need to make the trip alone. Thanks to the donations of many people, my plane ticket as well as hers, has been paid for. We leave Phnom Penh late Tuesday night and will arrive in Lubbock, TX on Wednesday afternoon. I will stay a couple days to help her get settled; then stop off at Rebekah and Evan's in the Dallas area (I am flying through there anyway, so might as will enjoy it a bit!)for the weekend before returning back to Cambodia. I will be gone a week. During that time, Rich will meet with Kimsroeun some of the afternoons to help until I get back. Please pray for Doris and I; that our trip may go smoothly.
We always request that you keep the school, our students, graduates, and Christians here in your prayers. Also, in April, Rich and I will both be teaching in the Thai Christian Church Camp on Leaving a Legacy as husband/wife, father/mother, grandfather/grandmother, strong family. Please pray for us to have wisdom to teach as God would have us to teach.
PS. We also just celebrated our 34th wedding anniversary! It has been a terrific 34 years. We have been extremely blessed and are looking forward to more blessings to come.