Every day is an island-hopping adventure for Locke, who often spends sunrise to sunset exploring new tropical realms.
And when we first got here, his youngest child, his daughter had just finished university. We were still in that frame of mind, and it really worked out well with him.
And the kids, how have they adjusted to life in a, I mean, not just a new country, like a new culture? Who do I run into, but Voddie Baucham.
But if you speak to them, the smile comes in, they stop. The customs line moves at its own pace. You could take him. But really, you have to get into the culture before you begin to realize how foreign things are.
Came here and preached. Spent two weeks traveling and preaching and doing various things. And so, everything that we owned, basically, we packed up and shipped here. Not just from the standpoint of another set of hands, but a Zambian, who guided us through a lot of things. And it takes a while.
When we first got here, Zambia was in the middle of massive load shedding, especially Lusaka.
I try to find products that do a spectacular job, that can be trusted and that are always improving. And I came to preach at the August conference that the Reformed Baptists put on here every year. It was hardly the first time Bolton overstepped a president by refusing to compromise.
So we spent 8 to 14 hours a day without power.
But it was serious. Our first grandchild was born while we were here.iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.
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