This summer we will be visiting the U.S. in June, July, and August. We plan to visit congregations and other community gatherings to give a presentation on our work in the Central African Republic. Our exact itinerary has not been set, but we will try to visit as many of our supporters as possible. We know we will be visiting congregations in Puerto Rico, Illinois, and North Dakota. If you would like for us to visit your town, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to forward our blog to others who might be interested as well.
Please contact us as soon as possible, because dates (especially Sundays) are limited.
Photo: Two small children carrying water in cooking pots up the steep slope from the Kanga spring in Baboua, Central African Republic.
Joe and Deborah Troester are ELCA missionaries in Baboua, the Central African Republic. Joe serves as technical advisor for PASE, which provides clean drinking water and promotes good hygiene and sanitation to villagers. Pastor Deborah teaches at the Theological School in Baboua. Their daughter, Christa, attends eighth grade at Rain Forest International School in Yaoundé, Cameroon.