The teaching here has also been such a wonderful experience. All of the children are so happy to see us. Most of the children learn English in school and know enough to ask us a few questions about ourselves. It is a wonderful feeling to hold up a picture of Christ, talk about it, and see all the kids so eager to listen to what we're saying. I can tell though, that even without us coming to teach to them, these children are in very good hands. The pastors are all so happy and grateful. Every church has a few Sunday school teachers, and they do such a wonderful job in teaching the kids. The teachers direct the kids in singing songs for us. Their music is so enthusiastic. Some of the more well off churches have electric guitars and drum sets that they use to play Christian songs.
After we left Kathmandu the first time, we spent about 10 days traveling and hiking. We just got back to Kathmandu a few hours ago. We were supposed to spend the night about 3 hours away but we rushed down from a hike so that we could get a van to take us to Kathmandu one day earlier. Tomorrow is a day of rest, then we travel north near Tibet. We'll be spending a couple days that way and then coming back to Kathmandu for the final time.
All in all I'm very thankful to be here. It isn't often that you can have these amazing experiences while helping to spread God's Kingdom to some of the most remote areas in the world.