And, praise the Lord, Ploy (below left) was indeed back that day, doing her part in the planning and carrying out of the day’s activities – for the church service and for the children’s activities in the afternoon – after some weeks away following her and Parn’s “altercation”, on a motorcycle, with a kwai – a water buffalo! Parn (below right) was also attending to the music for the service, having fully recovered from the bruising to her arms and legs that she suffered in the accident.
After a time in hospital and several weeks resting at home to recover from the effects of the fractured skull and concussion caused by the accident, Ploy is back at university and back leading the team of young ladies at Christian Mission. Thank you for praying for her – please thank the Lord for His answers to our prayers. Please continue to pray for complete recovery for Ploy as some of the after-effects of concussion are still causing her concern. She says that “I can’t remember as well as before…”
On 9 October, the week’s posting on Facebook said… “We worship, we sing, we teach English. And senior food for this month.”
Pictured in the gallery below :
- The congregation and the children’s activities on 2 October.
- English lessons for the children
- Food parcels for two needy persons/families in the village.