-Thankful for clean water to drink (and hot showers); neither should be taken for granted here.
-Thankful for creativity.
-Thankful for electricity when it is on, and for romantic candles and lanterns when it is not.
-Thankful for Internet to be able to communicate across the world.
-Thankful for laughter (even if it is at ourselves).
-Thankful for music.
-Thankful for Nicoline who helps take care our of us and our household.
-Thankful for our family who supports us from afar.
-Thankful for our financial partners.
-Thankful for our health as there are many illnesses and health concerns going around.
-Thankful for our prayer partners.
-Thankful for partnership between denominations to translate the Bible.
-Thankful for Sabbaths, both Sunday and the few hours Matthew takes on Thursdays.
-Thankful for safety for us, Cameroonian and expatriate colleagues across the country.
-Thankful for Teresaâ€™s students and their excitement to learn.
-Thankful for the availability of a healthy variety of foods.
-Thankful for the kind souls that donated supplies for Teresaâ€™s classroom.
-Thankful for the temporary use of a vehicle.
-Thankful that our church makes us feel welcome.
-Thankful that our home here is cozy and familiar.
-Thankful that Teresa has been able to return to running with a group of women.
-Thankful that Teresa is just as excited about her new life and work here as Matthew is about his.
-Thankful that we are able to take time from our busy routines to nurture our marital relationship.
-Thankful that we can help some of those in need.
-Thankful that we have found our stride here.
-Thankful that we have the Bible in our language (in hundreds of versions).
-Thankful that Yahweh is revealing himself in new ways through our Bible study and reading.