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Sarah's Photo Gallery
Children deciding which Parables of Jesus in the Oku language they wanted!
My Cameroonian Mama and I taking a break from harvesting potatoes. My colleague Jessica and I lived in her home for one month in Oku, while we promoted the portions of the Bible available and Oku Literacy
Team Panao: Top Fundraising Team!(Race to 2025: Peru II(2012)) All that hair removal paid off!
Race Day Two!!! (Race to 2025: Peru II)
Race to 2025: Peru II (Braille Challenge - Team Panao) Lucas, Andrew, Tian and Sarah Lucas is describing the "dots" (letters) he was feeling and we were to write them down and decipher it with our Braille alphabet chart. We didn't do so well. If we had persevered a little longer we would have learned that it said "suffering produces perseverance". Hmm....
Big Books for the Oku Language Project in Cameroon 2011 The stories chosen for these "Big Books" were selected according to the Scriptures the Oku project currently had available in the Oku language. The stories used in the Big Books included: Prodigal Son Birth of Moses Wise men visit Jesus Birth of Jesus Parable of the Lost Sheep + Parable of the Lost Coin Blind Beggar Received Sight + Jairus’ daughter raised to life Zaccheus The Good Samaritan Salvation – how we can be saved