We are no longer in Guyana but this blog is a history of your time there 2017-2018

“Don’t Give Up” Circuit Assembly

27th April 2018 Special Events

Last week Sunday we had our circuit assembly with the theme Don’t Give Up in Doing What Is Fine.  It was held at the Albion Sports Complex which is only a few minutes walk from our house. The day before the assembly, many brothers and sisters went to the sports complex to clean, repair, and to build the stage.  Tommy was assigned to safety so he and another brother watched over the work and helped out as needed.  A fewRead More

A Day in the Life | A Day Off

9th April 2018 Daily Life

Tuesday is our day off. In order for a day off to be refreshing for me, I don’t like to structure it too much so, as a result, it’s a bit difficult to quantify but I’ll try. 7:00AM I can’t really sleep in too much, even on a day off so we’re usually up by 7:00. We make breakfast, sometimes something special like breakfast pizza or pancakes because we have more time. Then we start our day as most daysRead More

2018 Memorial

2nd April 2018 Special Events

This past Saturday, Jehovah’s Witnesses all over the world celebrated the Memorial of Jesus Christ’s death. It is the most important event of the year for us and in the weeks leading up to it we participated in a special campaign to invite all in our territory. “Keep doing this in remembrance of me.” – Luke 22:19 Our territory is usually covered about twice a year but during the campaign we covered our entire territory in 3 weeks! A bigRead More

Five Months in Guyana

11th March 2018 Ministry, Visitors

This last month has been quite busy, but happily so!  The end of February we had our second visitors, our friends Ross and Bonnie from our congregation in the States.  They came for ten days and we kept them busy in the ministry.  Bonnie counted up and, in the ten days of their visit, she went on 16 Bible studies and she and Ross combined put in 60-plus hours of service! During their visit we were able to visit NumberRead More

Wild Life

19th February 2018 Daily Life, Ministry

If you follow us on Instagram, you know that we love animals. So I thought I would do a little roundup of our animal pictures with some additional info. CATS A lot of people in Guyana don’t like cats and they are not often kept in the house but they run wild outside. As you likely know, we inherited some kittens who are nearly grown now. We feed them and we enjoy their antics but they don’t let us touchRead More