Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Amazingly Successful Trip To Nepal

What a privledge to represent www.ccmv.us in Nepal. Thanks for sending me and supporting me in prayer.
I was one of 7 pastors who taught through 1st and 2nd Thessalonians to a group of about 175 pastors from the mountains and hill country around Dharan Nepal.  Investing into the lives of these brothers is strategic for the future of Nepal.
We also sat in on a service at Calvary Chapel Dharan during both children's church and adult church. On our way home we squeezed in a visit to the Calvary Chapel Bible College at Kathmandu.

Here are some of the photos of the trip...

Serving Together With Some Wonderful New Friends 

Riding In A Tempo...Three Wheels and up to Six Passengers

Calvary Chapel Dharan and Lisa Giri

Lisa Giving The Bible Lesson "Our Shepherd Jesus Christ"

The Children Displaying Their Craft "Sheep With Glued Cotton"

A New Friend Jonahs...He is blind but that does not stop his passion to serve.

Typical Farm House In Dharan, Nepal

The Market...Fresh Veggies!

The Pastors/Leaders Receiving The Word From Pastor Troy Warner
 and the amazing translation of Nanda Giri (Lisa's Husband)

Continuing through the books of 1st and 2nd Thessalonians with Pastor John

Some new friends

Getting read to fly on Yeti airlines!

Pastors Troy and Vernon on the tarmac!

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Sold My Frontosa Colony And Dirted The Tank

Well my Frontosa Colony was outgrowing my 40 Gallon tank so I sold them to a nice guy with a bigger tank. He even kept his word and sent me a picture of their new home (see below).

I mineralized some awesome soil, added red Clay, and then mixed in some special ingredients.

I put in a few starter plants and Guppies that were born in my other tank. Oh...and then I got a Cory Catfish clean up crew of four. 

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Planted Tank

After creating my own blend of mineralized soil with red Clay added, the live plants are growing extremely well.  I also put the tank in the window for direct sunlight.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Frontosa Colony

I have started to raise a small school of Frontosa Cichlids. The largest I purchased  three months ago and the other five about a month ago. It takes almost two years for them to reach breeding age. I will try to post updates often.

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