LETTERS FROM KURUMAN

WE HAVE TRAVELLED MANY MILES         The letter visits to churches and family.
        Date: February 12, 2002
        Writer: Carol C. Gilley

WILL YOU MISS AFRICA?         The letter describes the conclusion of mission work at Kuruman and answers some questions.
        Date: February 12, 2002
        Writer: Lawrence C. Gilley

NEW YEAR GREETINGS         The letter describes December holiday activities and the start of the new year.
        Date: January 5, 2001
        Writer: Carol C. Gilley

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT         The letter describes a project to acquaint pre-school teachers with the resources of libraries and how to make use of them.
        Date: December 9, 2000
        Writer: Lawrence C. Gilley

PETER         The letter describes Peter Baakwalanya and help he has sought from the Kalahari Desert School of Theology for his ministry at Mothibistad.
        Date: June 23, 2000
        Writer: Lawrence C. Gilley

ARCH         The letter describes the memorial arch at Moffat Mission and reflects on its meaning. The arch was dedicated at the time of the UCCSA Assembly service held at the Mission on September 26, 1999.
        Date: November 19, 1999
        Writer: Carol C. Gilley

99MAR         The letter describes the opening of the new building for the Robert Moffat Library at Kuruman Moffat Mission. It includes Carol's comments about the library at the opening ceremonies.         Date: March 23, 1999
        Writer: Lawrence C. Gilley

98SEP         The letter describes the beginning of our work at Kuruman. It includes descriptions of Moffat Mission its programme and people.
        Date: September 25, 1998
        Writer: Carol C. Gilley

98JUN         Stay well good people! Written just before returning to Africa, the letter tells of experiences in the US during six months of visiting churches, friends and family.
        Date: June 16,1998
        Writer: Carol C. Gilley

L&C Gilley

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