Sunday, April 16, 2006


Deborah went along on almost all our trips to the outlying villages. And in every village that we visited, there were some people who greeted her especially warmly. Many of these were people whom she had attended as a nurse at the Samaritan’s Purse hospital in Lui. I don’t know how the many, many others had grown to know and love her – but she sure was greeted warmly.

Each time we worshipped in one of the archdeaconries, Bishop Bullen had us introduce ourselves. The visit in Buigi was memorable because the Bishop introduced Deborah as a “Moru-American.” That spoke volumes about how Deborah has lived with them as one of them. It’s clear they have come to love Deborah as one of their own.

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