Having got to Lusaka airport at 6 a.m. this morning Zambian time (Zambia is one hour ahead of the UK) after going to a guest house for a shower and some breakfast we went to the the offices of the Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (the partner we are working with in Zambia) to meet the bishop who leads EFZ.
We then had a five hour drive to Serenje (North East of Lusaka) to meet a group of about 20 pastors and then to a guest house for tea and the comedy of putting up the mosquito nets!
We are all off to bed in a minute as none of us really slept on the plane. Tomorrow we go to see what the project has achieved in three of the four districts in Serenje.
Howard Reece-Smith is off to the local hospital to see how they could partner with the hospital where he works-all very exciting.
I have also been praying for the Alpha courses starting this week-can't wait to hear how they went.
P.S. I watched Slumdog Millionaire on the plane-very good but I was expecting more laughs and less challenge!