A UN Helicopter (I borrowed these UN pictures from a friend to give you the idea).
A Mission Aviation "MAF" plane. The Byler's home is in the background to give you perspective of how close the planes land.
The building of Hope for Sudan continues!
The kitchen for the orphanage. The walls and roof are complete!
Simon, our welder from Kenya, welding doors and windows for the buildings.
Kevin planted an herb garden. He has been planting some fruit trees and other various "African" trees for the compound. He is really enjoying being a farmer!
Remember the oven Kevin designed? Our compound cooks, Grace and Margaret, daughter, and administrator (for translation) came to our kitchen for their first baking lesson. I had to use a coffee mug as a measuring tool and proportion each measurement according to it (they don't have measuring cups). We baked a basic loaf of bread. When it was done, the cooks were a little nervous about tasting this "white woman" bread. I told them it was bread just like they can get in the market. I hope they will agree to come for another lesson and I will watch them make the mix. We desire for them to learn to bake for the staff and the kids!