On Maundy Thursday the V family visited us.
There were on a short holiday in Allahabad.
T ,a younger brother in Christ studied, grew in
the Lord and worked here for many years.
He studied abroad, came back and married
a lovely girl from Germany.
T and A are like family.
They have 3 boys and
live in a hill town in the Himalayas.
They brought us Darjeeling Green Tea
T & A left Allahabad about 10 years ago.
Our home was like a
refuelling and relaxing place for them.
Their boys are doing the same.
They enjoyed playing with Sheeba.
You should have seen them eating sour
green mangoes with salt.
Their mum loved our grapefruit and lemons.
In the Thursday Communion Service
we had a special visitor.
An old lady in her 80s.
She was born in a Christian home,
but married a non Christian
and adopted his religion.
Her son and daughter in law
attend our church and were
That must have stirred this old lady 's
spirit and she came to church
Do pray for her,
May she make a confession of faith.
We call her Ammaji
On Good Friday I spoke
on the first and fifth last
statements of Christ from
Preparing the messages
was a great blessing to me.
It must be 40 -50 years old.
After church we had fellowship with Easter buns
and cold drinks.
We are praying for the salvation
of this family.
We served them dessert of cheesecake
and ice cream.
Tonight I made Korean pancakes.
I replaced the traditional Korean
ingredients with green onion,
fresh coriander and chicken.
Korean Pancakes called Pajeon
Check recipe HERE