In the 2005/6 school year, I (Clare) taught grade 2 at Ukarumpa International School (UIS):
Tonight, many of those students will be graduating from UIS. This is what they look like now:
It has been wonderful to watch these children grow up into young men and women. It's also very rewarding to think of all the ways their parents have been able to support Bible translation in the eleven years that I've known them. Some did this by being directly involved in the completion of four New Testament translations. Others supported the work in other ways: Planes that carry translators to remote locations were flown and maintained, students were taught, cars were fixed and the infrastructure of the Ukarumpa centre was maintained.
Next month Heidi will begin Kindergarten in the classroom shown in the top photo. Levi will move to grade 2. Just like the parents who have gone before us, Andrew and I will continue to support Bible translation in Papua New Guinea, knowing that our children are receiving a great education at UIS.
Thank you for the part you play in helping us to continue serving here.