I am on the downward slope here in Kigali. Tomorrow will be my last day before I am picked up to go to the Congo on Saturday morning. Grace will remain here and probably have a very lonely weekend. Very few of the housemates here are available for her personal help, so she will have to find ways to occupy herself after Tuesday. The plan is for her to teach the women for two full days. This year, this is the greatest number of days they could commit to offering the pastor’s wives. They have so many responsibilities around the home with children that getting away for the two days is itself a feat.
We awoke this morning to another beautiful day here in Rwanda. Today is the first quiz day and so the first hour of class will be taken up with that. African students are not accustomed to the learning environment, so they simply take their sweet African time!! It is really funny once you get used to it. We also had ten more students this morning which brought our total today to about 46 students. I finished the lecture on Bibliology, and then took some questions before lunch on the charismatic movement all over again which was a carry-over from yesterday. I am still very pleased that the response has been so positive.