Monday, June 14, 2010

We had the most amazing day yesterday.  The choir from SJCV gave their first public performance at City Presbyterian Church.  They did great and I was so proud of them.  The church even asked them to sing again after the service was finished.  I also got to share a little about the ministry and got some very positive feedback from some of the congregation. 
After church we took the girls back to my place for lunch.  It was so much fun watching them play on the swings, and bikes and trampolines.  Many of them had never been on a trampoline before so it was hilarious watching their reactions when they first got on.  I thoroughly enjoyed the time we spent  and from their faces it was obvious that they also enjoyed themselves. Now they are looking forward to next Sunday when they will sing in the Baptist Church. 

I have been overwhelmed by the response to the "One in a Million" campaign. It's such a simple concept and most people love the idea of being "One in a Million"!!!  It's great that we are getting such a positive response from the Bulawayo Community as well.
Now I am off to SJCV again to do some more practicing with the coir.  Only four weeks to the opening and so much to do!!


  1. Don't panic, back-up is on it's way.

  2. Yep you've always had my back Kerri!

  3. Hi Debs. You probably don't remember me (Riette Fuller's third daughter) but I just wanted to say that I think your One-in-a-million campaign is so very exciting and we're praying that God blesses it over and over.
    On a practical level, my husband and I wanted to set up a standing order to the HSBC account in the UK, but the account number in the email that Mum forwarded seems to be short by one digit. Would you mind re-sending the number to me? My address is Thanks and keep blogging! It's good to hear the news - it helps people to feel more connected with what you are doing.