Back in the UK for a while

I am in transition. I left Chad on 26th August after a miracle with a replacement passport arriving the morning before the day I was due to fly, leaving only 36 hours to get a Chadian visa into it. But during those 2 days I saw many unbelievable things and saw that God was in it all.

So now I’m back in UK and trying to adjust to the food, tarmac, keeping warm, clothing, buses, having change, shopping and just learning how to balance my time in a healthy way. I miss Chad, but it is exciting to be seeing friends and family here.

I am in the UK until July 2015, God-willing. In that time, I will be visiting churches, prayer groups, youth groups and individuals who have been supporting and praying for me while I was in Chad.

Please do not stop praying for me while I’m here. The transition is huge and I’m finding it hard to manage my time well. If you are in the UK and want to catch up with me, do get in touch.

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  1. Ruth Kerr
    Feb 03, 2015 @ 09:12:07

    Hello Catherine.
    I am contacting you on behalf of my daughter, who would like to spend some time in Chad this summer. She is interested in aid/ relief work, is 17 and speaks French. I know about the hospital in Bebalem because I have worked with MAF in Chad in the past. Do you know if anybody at Bebalem would like a helper for a couple of weeks this summer please? Thanks, Ruth

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