Sunday, December 22, 2013

Christmas Greetings from the Gault Family

We would like to wish all our family, friends, and supporters a blessed Christmas and a wonderful New Year.

 Though 2013 was a very challenging year for our ministry, God has helped us, and by faith we foresee great things to come!  We are especially blessed by the wonderful revival God has sent at Matukeng and Ha Motheho.  Both of these congregations have approximately doubled in size this year.  We are also praising the Lord for His blessing in the Bible Schools and the Lesotho Theological Education by Extension project.

We are leaving Lesotho for America on the 22nd of January for six months.  We will be visiting our families and raising financial and prayer support.  Please pray for protection as we travel and that our family's financial needs will be met.    You can support us by clicking on the Donate button in the sidebar.

Kaitlyn turned eight in November and is about half way through third grade.  She loves to read and is very interested in horses.

Kristell, our 4 1/2 year old, is doing pre-K.  She is starting to speak a lot of Sesotho and is full of mischief!  

Both girls are excited about our trip to America and seeing their cousins.

Monday, December 16, 2013

Saturday, December 14, 2013


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Friday, December 6, 2013

Hope Christian Academy Year-end Program

This first video is the lower learning center.

The staff sang a song.

This is the play that the upper learning center wrote (with Jeremy Howard's help) and performed.  The audio isn't great, so I would encourage you to read the script before you watch it.  Click here for the script.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Your Tax Dollars At Work--Part 3

Here are a few pictures of the renovation of Matukeng Health Centre.  The work is moving along fairly well.  The contractor claims he will finish before they close for their long Christmas holiday on the 13th of December.  I seriously doubt they will reach this goal, but I do hope they will finish in January before we leave for deputation!

These two buildings are the clinic (left) and maternity (right).  These two buildings are the furthest from being finished.

Here is a picture of one of the staff houses.  Altogether there are five staff houses.  I think three of them are two-bedroom houses.  There is one small one-bedroom house and a large, three-bedroom house for the nurse clinician who manages the clinic.

The promise of good things to come!  The clinic is supposed to get electricity.  The other day I saw that the Lesotho Electric Company has delivered some electric poles along the road to our village!   For now, it may only be the clinic that gets electric, but I am sure our house and the rest of the village will get it soon once the poles and wires are in!

Here's visual proof that your tax dollars have been at work!

The building in the foreground is the church and clinic hall.  The maternity is the white building in the background on the left, and you can see a little bit of the clinic in the background on the right.

Drilling the well.
The water tanks.  It looks like we will have good water pressure!