It is with some sadness that we bid farewell to Pastor Jean d'Amour who has been looking after Rutonde Parish for the Presbyterian Church. He has gone to seek pastures new.
While on a visit to Steven's farm (see <a href='http://missionrwanda.net/node/460'>Progress and hope</a>) we met the team building a new fenced enclosure.
It is almost ten years since Mission Rwanda first landed in Kigali on our first exploratory visit.
We landed at Kigali in one piece which was a blessing, but still two pieces of luggage less than had been hoped for.
There is a family which Loanhead Parish Church has been supporting for a couple of years now. The original intention was to enable the child of a young mother to go to school.
Last week we visited our porridge project at Rimwe and met the latest intake of malnourished children and their mothers.
Marie-Therese originally comes from Tanzania but has settled in Kigali with her husband Jean-Pierre.
This is the time of year when we face the chaos of kitting our group of Nyamirambo children out to go back to school at the start of a new year. The process is not as chaotic as in previous years.