- Created: February 08 2023 February 08 2023
"Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! Blessed is the man who takes refuge in him" (Psalm 34:8)
Belated Merry Christmas, Blessed Advent, and Happy New Year to each of you from the Wolf Pack. We would like to share through pictures some of the events and happenings of 2022.
Our kids earned T-shirts and were the furthest participants away in a Walk-a-thon from Wisconsin! Also we were thankful to once again join the Norwegian Lutheran missionaries in the 17 Mai parade and celebration. Jenn played the Hardanger fiddle.
Three Wolf cubs did a demo of Arnis (a Philippine martial art) at the ASEAN Community festival. Jenn and the kids also enjoyed a meal at her Malaysian friend's home. In July, all five kids participated in a production of Peter Pan with their dance studio.
Also in July, we greeted new missionaries from Brazil onto the Africa field and the first missionary from the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Kenya. August was a quick dash to the US for church visits while settling Ian at university. Anna enjoyed a Kiddie-sized cone along the way.
Both Sean and Thad served a period as senior scout leader for our troop, and Sean completed the Eagle rank, making an animal house for a nearby school. At the end of December, our scout council held a camp in Kenya, where Sean welcomed the Scout Executive aboard the landship he built for SeaScouts. Thad enjoyed sharing Kenyan culture with the many visiting scouts.
In early 2022, after a hiatus for COVID, it was nice to welcome the Meyers, members of our Agricultural team, back to Kenya. Bishop Anibati from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sudan and South Sudan also visited. John was able to review projects and future efforts at a gathering of church leaders from french-speaking Africa.
We look forward to visiting with many of you in person this year during our home service. Thank you for your prayers and support as you walk with us to share the Gospel in Africa.
In Christ, The Wolf Family