Jackson and Cathy or Mimi playing.
Wow! Our jetlag after two months in Africa was unbelievable. It seemed like it took more than a week to feel somewhat normal again. Neither one of us expected it to be that bad. I guess after two months you have truly become accustomed to the southern hemisphere and southern africa.
One of the biggest joy of returning home is seeing family again. Ashley and Jack came over with our grandson, Jackson. Man, had he grown! But is he a lot of fun and smiling all the time.
I find myself on the internet regularly with I-Themba Team members in Germany and South Africa. There schedule is running very hard. I am also in contact with Rolf and Lizzie Weichardt from South Africa. We are still amazed at everything God connected us to during the last few months. Pray as we seek to build a future foundation for Deeper Still Missions.
Byron, Nyaki, Tarryn, Susi and Jonathan at the I-Themba drama/musical at commissioning in March.
Cathy and I have been asked to consider coming to Germany around August to work with the I-Themba teams ministering around the country. Pray for God’s guidance and provision in advance.
We would work on the road with a team for at least a week and then conduct a spiritual renewal week in the middle of their year of service. This would be follow-up to our previous work at the I-Themba team training in Magaliesburg, South Africa. See our South Africa blog for more details on that particular experience.
Four decade veteran of youth ministry in churches, Youth For Christ and now is the Founder and Executive Director of Deeper Still Missions. Danny and his wife Cathy spend most of their time mentoring missionaries in Africa, Europe, Central America and North America. Future opportunities include South America and the Asia Pacific area.