Abraham Kivesi, a graduate from NGCS, and his wife Anne along with daughter Ruth have moved to Masaani. In addition to serving as the evangelist, along with recent NGCS graduate Michael, Abraham has been directing the construction of a new church building. Their temporary building is made of corrugated steel. The permanent building being completed is made of baked bricks with wooden trusses covered with corrugated steel. Water, sand, and small rocks are being hauled with oxen and donkeys for mixing concrete. Members of the congregation made bricks. The church averages 35 to 45 members for worship assembly and 40 children for Children’s Bible class. An agricultural demonstration plot has been developed on the church property using raised planting beds high in organic matter and equipped with the drip irrigation kits we brought from the U.S. Felister teaches at the church pre-school and the congregation is currently establishing a community primary school grade 1 and 2. Two classrooms are being built.