A sight seeing trip was a great time for our older girls to practice being tour guides. Our 9th graders got to practice some English with IT students from Singapore. the hanging bridge and a cultural center. These 16-18 years old IT students and their teachers came to do a great service to our school by building an add-on to the kitchen and cafeteria.
Thailand's roads comes in many shapes and conditions. Some is smooth and modern and others are still rough to travel through. For me, traveling by motorbike is the best way to go... as long as you go carefully and stay away from the big wheeler! (I was riding along side of the girls' bus, and they got this picture of me on my bike.) But sometimes, the only means to get there is by foot... like a cross the rice fields :)
After seeing the girls off to school each morning... for 2 days a week, I make a early morning trip to visit this little wooden building that is a small Bible school. I teach English and Children's ministry to 52 students. These students here are those that decided to pursue God's word to be disciples of Jesus. Most come from humble background of the hill tribe villages and a few from the neighboring countries that oppose the Gospel. These young men and women seek a different path to put God first and bring hope and salvation to their home land.
Wilai Wilkerson, Missionary