From Call to Arrival on the Field
After receiving the contract February 4, I immediately gave my 30 days notice. I told the office we could be ready within 30 days and so I assumed that meant we would be leaving for the field by April 4. We went into high gear in processing the endless amount of paper work for work permits, visa requirements, and passport update. We had travelled to South Africa and RSA was in the apartheid era and many nations had broken diplomatic ties with RSA. Merely having their stamp in our passport could cause a delay or rejection of our Visa application to PNG. So we needed new passports that were clean, without reference to South Africa. The US State Department misunderstood and so issued us new passports that were stamped across the face page, "Good only for travel to South Africa". No that was not what was needed, the old passport was good enough for RSA travel. So we had to resubmit the passports.
 Raleigh Fitkin Memorial Hospital – Manzini Swaziland
 That's another testimony.
 The miracles involved in our going as volunteers Swaziland is miraculous.
 Kansas City (KC) was our church's headquarters until they relocated a few years ago to Lenexa Kansas.
 DWM – Deptartment of World Mission is now GMS – Global Mission Services
 Now it has been changed to Global Missionary Contract
PO Box 712
Honiara, Solomon Islands