A Good Day!

We had our Saturday service and enjoyed it very much. Kirk has been teaching a  series about our responsiblity of giving as believers. It was interesting because Pramita’s parents, who are Hindu, decided to come on this Sunday. We knew in God’s providence that it was good timing, but at first thought, you wonder. As it turned out, they agreed with the need to give and were encouraged to be more giving. This turned out to be a side of Christianity that was attractive to them & that they needed to hear! Please pray for them to trust in our Lord as Savior. Pramita believes that they are close to the kingdom of God. Momita cooked a delicious meal for us all after church. They brought Will a gift and us a platter of fruit (which Will is munching on as I write). We had some really good fellowship over tea & cookies. Around 4:30, Kirk realized that we needed to get more passport photo’s taken, since we needed to go to the immigration office tomorrow. We headed off on foot with Prajowl & Momita to the photo shop. After we took the photo’s, we walked back another direction and stopped by Grace cafe for a Pepsi & a visit. We enjoyed our walk around the neighborhood very much. It was time to pick up the photo’s by the time we set foot back at CCF (home). Prajowl took Will with him on the back of Momita’s scooter & he had a blast, literally! After that he played with the kids.  Well it’s been a busy, good day.

PS – See pics below of Pramita’s family.

Signing off from Kathmandu,


L to R - Pramita, Mrs. and Mr. Mothay, Kirk, Will, Liz, Momita, Prajowl


3 Responses to “A Good Day!”

  1. 1 Terry Simpson March 12, 2011 at 9:40 pm

    Is Shanti running the Grace Cafe? Or both her and Silas? Just wondering.

  2. 2 Jeramy April 2, 2013 at 9:18 am

    Awesome blog! Do you have any helpful hints for aspiring writers?
    I’m hoping to start my own site soon but I’m
    a little lost on everything. Would you propose starting with a
    free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option?
    There are so many choices out there that I’m completely confused .. Any suggestions? Thanks a lot!

    • 3 wetsellblognepal April 3, 2013 at 12:31 am

      Thanks for reading and I’m glad that you’ve enjoyed the blog! I loved writing it even with the constant race against time for fear of a power outage or other responsibilities. The Lord began speaking to my heart before our stay in Nepal to write a blog. That in itself is not unusual, but for me it was HUGE, especially in light of the fact that I hardly knew how to turn a computer on at that time. I CAN do all things thru Christ! So, assuming you are a Christian, is this God’s will for you at this time and is the purpose to glorify God? Those are questions only you can answer.
      Our platform is WORDPRESS w/our own domain name, which itself, has a yearly fee. I hope that helps!

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