Kellers in Africa

our life in Zambia

Busy days

Living in Africa has a major perk: we are never, ever bored. Ever. (Sometimes I could actually go for a little boredom…) 😉 This has been an amazing, crazy summer! Looking back I can hardly believe the opportunites we’ve had to share the Gospel, reach out to those in need, lend a helping hand, and grow together as a family.

the daily grind
Mashing corn to make mealie-meal. The staple food of Zambia.

Tim has traveled all over the continent! Early in the summer he went to Sudan and Uganda. Recently he traveled to extremely remote parts of Zambia. Our vehicle has been well loved this year!

On the job training

I think I married Tim for his handy-man skills. Seriously. Who else can fix something the first time they lay eyes on it??

“Low Cost Bore Drilling”, huh? I wonder how they reduce their overhead?

Monica started doing preschool at home too! It’s been… interesting…. 😀 Ok, it has been a lot of fun!

So busy even Monica stopped for a few seconds (now THAT’S busy!) ;)

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  1. Dear Keller family,
    I have stumbled across your website and thouroughly enjoyed reading it. I will be moving with my family to Kabwe in January 2013 and I am also in need of accomodation. Maybe You can give me some advise how to find as house there. My wife is also concerned about the lead pollution in Kabwe, seeing that it is some of the worst polluted cities in the world.
    I will be working for the Good Samaritan Centre in Kabwe
    Thank you in advance for your answer.
    Kind regards


  2. Sorry, got way behind on the blog! Are you guys in Kabwe now?

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