Saturday, December 17, 2016

Christmas in the Congo! Elephant for dinner, anyone?

 Dear Friends of BESI / Radio Kahuzi,

It's almost Christmas, once again! When we all love to remember... and I remember Mama and Papa, Millie and Fred Bahler and those precious times of family and friends, and the good food and all the church celebrations: Celebrating the Coming of our Lord Jesus Christ as a Baby--to be the Savior of mankind!

As a missionary kid, being born and raised in the Belgian Congo (Zaire), Democratic Republic of the Congo, the precious memories flood back--of life with the lions, monkeys, elephants, water buffalo, and antelope, especially at Christmas time!  Another precious thing about it all is that I have memories of Christmas times in America (in Denver & North Glenn) where we lived for seven years, during the War of Independence. I also remember the years of language training in Belgian with my parents and again in Brussels and Vevey, Switzerland, where Richard and I re-learned French; so I have three wonderful worlds to remember!  

In America, there's always the 'problem' of what kind of meat to eat at that special Christmas Day celebration.  Should we have turkey, or ham or duck or pigeon--and so many choices! Most of the time, here in Congo we had two choices, chicken or beef and sometimes goat.  

Another exciting part was that, if an enraged elephant came on a rampage into the village, one's Daddy shot the rogue and voila, we had elephant meat for dinner! My mommy tried to cook the supposedly most tender part, (the trunk) but it was as tough as shoe leather. So I think our dad's quickly went hunting and brought back an antelope, which we normally ate for protein, most of the time anyway! It was always a great afternoon, watching the men carve up the meat and get it ready for the 'spit'  barbecue, a big hole in the ground with charcoal, to roast the meat. 

My memories of Christmas Eve are so precious, too. Usually, it would rain and what fun it was, getting the fireplace going, and sitting around the fire, roasting palm nuts, and eating home-made sweet rolls and bacon and eggs and lots of coffee!  Also, we had Christmas music playing. Around midnight, the church folks would come and sing Christmas Carols and that was always very special!

For our Christmas tree, my daddy had a wire frame ready, and we'd go out and cut the branches from a sucker vine that grows on the palm trees and stick them into the wire frame; and it really did look like a Christmas tree.  Then, just before dark, the (generator) light plant would be started up and the coffee pot would be ready, and just like magic, the tree lights would light up and the celebration of Christmas Eve would start.  After supper, we'd read the Christmas Story from Luke, and Praise the Lord for another year of His Blessings and Grace!

Our most Memorable Christmas Season was December 16, 1972, when we were married by Pastor and Missionary Wayne Schoonover in Pastor Vern Schutz's Berean Church in Grand Rapids, Mi., and we began our deputation to come to the Congo. Richard and I THANK  the LORD for ALL of YOU who became members of our extended family at that time–“Working Together with Christ.” Later, you shared in our Rejoicing when we arrived in Bukavu for Christmas Dinner with our parents, the Bahlers, on December 25,1975 to begin our ministry with them! 

Years later on December 24,1992, the Lord began the first Christian Radio Network in the DRC with beautiful Christmas music and Christian programming on FM Stereo on Radio Kahuzi! There was no Short Wave transmitter until 2001.

Many of you were praying Christmas Day 2000, when Richard and Pastor Gregoire negotiated the Peace Treaty with the Mai Mai rebels after they had taken a third of the city of Bukavu. Two commandos and many of their nine hundred Mai Mai warriors exchanged their magic fetishes and superstition for Trust and Faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, returning to Fizi to build a Christian Church and share the Gospel as fellow-workers with Jesus Christ and Radio Kahuzi.

Thank you for your faithful prayers and support especially, this month. Our answer to prayer came as the Provincial Director of the National Radio and TV (RTNC) and many of their distant relay FM stations asked for permission to share Radio Kahuzi's Christmas programming and Christmas music in their broadcasts. Many of them contacted us when our Short Wave transmitter would not work. But three days later the red light cleared without any repairs, and we are back on the air as usual, and other FM stations relaying our programs and the RTNC news has called in to report 5/5 reception and rebroadcast of our signal through their FM stations!

Praise the Lord that He used the electric company's problem (less than 50 Hertz frequency) to reveal the existence of this relay network as we were unaware they were rebroadcasting our programs! This should lead to helpful future tax exonerations for Radio Kahuzi!    

Have a Wonderful Christmas Season and a Blessed New Year in 2017! 

Keep Looking Up! 
We are looking for His Soon Appearing in the Heavenlies!! 
Richard and Kathy McDonald

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Belated Happy Thanksgiving!

Dear Friends of BESI / Radio Kahuzi,

Kathy and I appreciate your Prayer and Giving over these many years. We want you to know you have given much encouragement to us and the BESI / Radio Kahuzi Ministries.

Yesterday Kathy shared across the fence with the youngest member of a friendly family we have helped raise — across the fence. They are Muslim / Catholic; however, one daughter took our Galcom Fix-tuned, SW radio with her to her East Africa school. There she said she learned English listening to our evening broadcasts of “Unshackled" and got saved while studying in DUBAI (E. Africa)! 

Kathy shared with her brother that his sister’s stateside address is very close to the studio where “Unshackled” is recorded. He was excited, as he has always been a keen listener to our programs, too, and will write to her where she and her new husband live.

We're hopeful she will make contact and volunteer to help "Unshackled" with our project of translating and recording the program in French for broadcast here. It is a popular program, which we air at 12:40 in the afternoon, even in English; and it has great clarity. "Unshackled" sent us a first program manuscript translated into French, and we are trying to get it dramatized and recorded for broadcast with the young people in Bukavu. Maybe, Kathy will ask her brother if he would like to play one of the roles in the manuscript, or help us get it printed for each actor.

Harold Smith, President of BESI / Radio Kahuzi with Jim Lawhon at NRB 2010

Also, our dear friend, Jim Lawhon, former engineer with HCJB called and offered to cover the costs for HCJB Engineering, now known as Sonset Solutions, to build us a SW antenna that will fit in our smaller space in front of our new studio. This will eliminate a conflict with the NGO group renting the house beside our studio. Pray for the completion of this new antenna and safe shipping.

(Kathy sends her greetings and a big “Thank You” to the home office for items sent with our friends Mark and Tom in recent trips to Bukavu.)

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU ALL, for all the goodies you brought us!! We sure are spoiled, but we are enjoying the tacos and the soft Fajitas, and all the spices; and one of these days, I’ll make some chocolate chip cookies, (if the lights behave)!  The tuna fish, and the Hidden Valley dressing, and the cake mixes, etc., really make our days!

The popcorn reminds us of the Guest House days with my folks Fred and Millie BAHLER in the 70s and 80s. What special days those were! The world here now is just so up-side-down. You wouldn’t believe it! Gets a little discouraging sometimes, but in the Lord we are Victorious, and with special gifts like you all sent us; we are making it!

We just heard rata-ta-tat-tat across the bay toward the Governor's Mansion, trust there are no problems... This election time is going to be quite the ride...Pray lots! Seems crowds have been putting pressure on the Governor...

Yesterday, Feza and I worked hours getting more shelves and tapes and radio supplies moved into the room above the studio. It's nice and dry and warm up there with such a beautiful view of the lake, so we are using that room for storing the radio supplies. 

We'll be sooo happy when we can get all the moving done! It's such a long process, sorting and making sure the right things go to the right places. There's the radio studio, and the room upstairs to store things, and then, the Rwandan house across the way, but no shelves and cupboards because we're still using them here in Bukavu in this transition time. The ideal would be to have all the cupboards and shelves, washer, etc., over at the new place, but, alas, that takes a truck with proper docs, etc., so we keep going with what we have, and gradually we’ll make it all come together! Such a job!

Thank you for all your prayers and for all the goodies—treats for us to enjoy during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays!

Lots of love and prayers,

With Love and Thanksgiving in our hearts to you all, 
Richard and Kathy McDonald

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Pastor Gregory’s Sept 2016 Missionary Journey

Pastor Gregoire on Safari in 2014
Pastor Gregorie, our Radio Kahuzi journalist, and Richard Lugano who is part of our team and owns the local Internet Coffee Cafe, just  returned from a trip to areas of Congo where Kathy grew up at Mwanga, Kayembe, Wamaza, and Kasongo.

Richard Lugano did the driving
In some areas they had to cut their way through.

Kathy in the cotton patch at Wamaza with her special friend.

Kathy on left in first row; father, Fred Bahler 2nd in back row

Lenny & Hope Anderson, Eldora Kinkead, Betty Frier, 
Baba & Mama Vi, 
Vern & Bonnie Terpstra with all the children

Fred and Millie Bahler, Kathy's parents began their missionary
service shortly after graduating from Moody Bible Institute.
Fred flew his small plane over the jungle for 35 years.
Near the end of the trip they reached the homes Kathy's father, Fred Bahler, and other pioneering missionaries Jerry Henshaw, Pearl Pickett, Lee Green, Wayne Schoonover, Delmar Anderson, Lenny Anderson, and other Grace Missionaries built in the 1940’s. 
Among those early pioneers, faithful servants of the Lord,
Wayne and Phyllis Schoonover are home in Glory.
Later they built the Guest House where Norma Jean Wood and  Betty Frier lived, with "round" windows that Fred Bahler installed. Amazingly, the glass is still in tact! The large Grace Church there is still maintaining and reserving these houses "Ready for Missionary use!" May the Lord in His timing and providence grant their desire…”Who will go for us?” Thankfully, Radio Kahuzi can reach areas were missionaries can no longer go.

The road leading up the hill to the houses and church is still lined on both sides by huge productive Mango and Guava trees, that provide a good economy for their regular harvest and sale in distant markets.
Hearing of God's love for the first time
Traveling saleswoman
Jesus said, "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden,
and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for
I am meek and lowly in heart: and you shall find rest unto your souls.
For my yoke is easy and my burden is light." Matt. 11: 28, 29, 30.

Pastor Gregoire 2nd from right sharing how to be
reconciled to each other and to God.
Gregoire and Lugano interviewed pastors and others all along the journey coming and going during the week long safari from Bukavu to Avira near Bujumbura, up to Baraka, and through the Territory of FIZI and into the Province of Manama--well over 800 kilometers (497 + miles). All Radio Kahuzi listeners reported enjoying our Shortwave programming and a signal quality of "5 over 5"...EXCELLENT!
The villages look much the same as in Kathy's days growing up.
At one point Gregoire was arrested by security officers for taking  pictures, but when they saw his Radio Kahuzi ID, they thanked him for sharing the Gospel with them and keeping them well informed with the local and National news several times each day; some shared that Radio Kahuzi was their only source of radio programming, others said it was their favorite.
Pastor Mutangi (Enoki Paul) the happy warrior for the Lord...
now in Glory but his fruit remains.
One highlight was to arrive at the place where Pastor Mutangi founded his first Grace Bible Institute. Gregoire interviewed pastors and Christians near there at Kalongosola where the Muslim Chief Kalongosola of that territory attended meetings at the Bible Institute and received Jesus Christ as his Savior. 

Later, when some did not believe he had converted, he prepared some bacon and ate it to end their debating the issue. He had a long life of fruitful administration there and helped build the very large Grace Church that continues to be very productive after some 60 years or more.
With new friends from the village
Richard Lugano rings the old church bell.
The ultimate victory and motive to service: "Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord." I Cor. 15: 58.  

"So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it." Isaiah 55: 11.


Tuesday, July 26, 2016

A Big Happy Birthday Kathy

Hi Kathy,

Trusting you were able to take time today to celebrate another birthday in Congo. Here you are singing your own song of life long before you ever dreamed of a Richard, or reaching thousands of souls through missionary radio, or a home in Rwanda to reach even more. May the Lord fill your heart with JOY at all that He has done! HAPPY, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KATHY.

With all our love and more prayers,
Barb and Smitty

Monday, July 4, 2016

Assassinations on the Rise!

 Driveway entrance to our new home in Rwanda. The adjoining property on the right is being renovated for a new owner who plans to have a Guest House and Restaurant.

It was a beautiful sunny day this afternoon, as I took another load across to Kamembe (the new name for Cyangugu) . I finished our new metal bed frames for our new home in Rwanda!

Yesterday was different; I froze at sunset, with an ocean-like wind and spray / mist coming off Lake Kivu, as I tried to replace the gate lock mechanism, that kept jamming in a locked position. Turns out the holes are poorly aligned on the metal gate and put stress on the movable parts, so I had to give up, until I can re-drill the holes in the door frame.

I must have gotten a chill, as the night and morning came with cold symptoms, so I'm glad that was not repeated today - with a huge full moon, the only light we had when I got back to Bukavu, but SNEL finally did come back, and our lights did come on, just now. Kathy said they were off and on all afternoon and exploded some of our light bulbs!

It will be so good to be there in Rwanda with Kathy, hopefully
Monday or Tuesday, as things do work there. Pray for our final push to get our big items moved with a large truck! I have stayed in Rwanda some nights to work on the house and to establish our "presence" to complete our residence-visas, but then decided to stay with Kathy in Bukavu for safety.

Recently, there have been a number of assassinations around Bukavu. Even the lawyer who helped BESI with our plans and building of our new Bukavu studio was assassinated!   
Last week the Security Council passed a resolution that allowed the immunity of even government officials to be made null, and void, if they have been involved in violence and murder that amounted to "war crimes."

We have sooo much to be thankful for, and especially we want to thank you for your prayers and support to help us keep on keeping on!! The Lord truly is using you to keep Radio Kahuzi on the air seven days a week! Eternity will tell!

In the meantime, we do have a wonderful story to share of how the radio is impacting lives in this part of the world, and especially now, we are hearing of how the broadcasts helped folks years ago, when we first started the broadcast network, when we were the only Christian station.

One of the men that works with us told us what his wife recently revealed to him. His wife told him that her father (who is now a Pastor) was a real idol worshiper in his younger days. Many here in the mountain villages worship spirits associated with various idols placed here and there on the hill sides, and even have the ritual of putting food in front of them to keep the spirits happy.

Our worker himself committed a traumatic life-changing faux-pas on the way home from school, when he was very young! He and a friend were hungry and ate the food that had been dedicated to an idol. His family found out and banned him from his home and village, and he was raised by others. But, he began listening to Radio Kahuzi.

His wife shared that her father had nine wives, which is a common custom among these idol worshipers. He had no idea that it was wrong! But, one day he heard Radio Kahuzi playing in his house and he told them to turn it off when the sermons came on, but he did like to hear the music, so that was OK.

Pastor Enoki Paul
One day, the radio happened to be on when Pastor Enoki Paul was preaching (in Swahili) on marriage and the special relationship between husband and wife, like Christ and the Church. So he started listening to the Radio Kahuzi broadcasts, and eventually accepted the Lord as His Personal Savior!!

He then proceeded to throw out all the idols, and gave his extra wives their liberty to be free of his illegal marriage bonds. And if they chose that path, he would give them some cows and money to help them get started in their new lives. He also witnessed to them each until all of them got saved!! That was his wish -- for all nine wives. And they each put their trust in the Savior, Jesus Christ! Even now, some of them are worshiping faithfully in several different local churches.

Today, this man who was steeped in carnal, pagan ways is a Pastor, witnessing and preaching!! What an amazing story of what the Holy Spirit has been doing -- not just impacting lives in the present time, but the Spirit started years ago, as He opened the air-waves to the Gospel ! That's the neat thing about the Word of God, it never returns unto Him void !!!

All the Praise goes to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ !!!

We also are truly blessed to have you all helping us with this special ministry!

Thank you for praying for us, too, as we do for you all, also !

With Grateful Hearts,

Photo: Kathy and Rich thin and tired after a week in hiding during the first invasion in 1996. Was it worth it? Yes, and again, YES!

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Kathy enjoying fellowship with her African friends under Pastor Mutangi's  BEOBAB tree. Kathy was born in Bujumbura, Burundi and has spent nearly all her life in Congo. Kathy reads and writes in French and is fluent in Swahili.

Just sat down to write you, and the lights went out.  Good thing the Apple computer that Mark Neil gave us last year has back-lite keys! 

It's evening here, we had a good day of broadcasting the Word and played good Christian music, so folks were fed in the inner man. There are many new cults that have invaded Bukavu, so we're thankful that we can give out the Word, Rightly Divided!!

When we get down to the lowest point  (no water, no gas, no moving, etc.) in this moving thing, then, the Lord shows us that He's finding a way for us to keep on keeping on!!  Your standing with us in prayer and finances keeps us moving ahead.

We have another load of chairs, boxes of dishes, blankets, bed frames, etc., to take over to the Cyangugu, Rwanda house, and we're sooo thankful that we have this alternative, as the water and electricity just keep getting worse and worse in Bukavu. There are just too many people that have moved in from the jungle areas, as they want security from the different rebel groups, and they are willing to live in the city even in the rough, instead of facing the dangers every night in the jungle.

The Range Rover is working out really well now, to haul the boxes because it's wider than the Toyota, and the Toyota's tailgate window won't open. Also, the Rover rides much better. Rich even got his bed frames in, so that was good as he has been sleeping in a hammock at the house in Rwanda.

We're concentrating on packing the most important goods into
boxes and getting them over to the new place, so if there's trouble here with the "mansion" built on our antenna site next door, we can move off for a while, until the two "landlords / owners" get their act together, or fight it out in the courts. It was sold and later the children of the family decided they didn't want to sell the lot. In the meantime, the company who "thought they had bought it" is being sued to tear down the "mansion" and vacate the property. So, you can see why we felt we had no choice but to build the new studio and find another place to live.

Yesterday, I bought angle iron and cut, drilled and  prepared some new bed frames for our house in Rwanda, as Kathy would not let me take the bed apart yet. I think I'll show some of our Radio Clubs these collapsible support rails, to put under a bed or box springs. Maybe they could produce and sell them locally to develop a small industry, as they are unknown and unavailable here. Lambert, and the welder, agreed he could teach them with a hack saw, a drill and a few bolts.
Friday, I was at the MONUSCO Communications office with John-Marie, one of their Comm. Techs., who is helping repair our FM Transmitter.  He went on line to HCJB Broadcasting / Engineering where our FM was made, and looked inside, to agree on what we needed to repair, because I did not want to order the whole RF Finals Module as I have several other times, as it would be about $800 plus, air freight, and a long delay from the States! I was sure of the one piece that needed to be replaced. Then he opened it up and unsoldered the RF Finals Transistor to replace it, after we tested it and isolated the problem.

He was surprised when I shared that I used to have to repair this part myself, regularly, because the original, prototype FM transmitter would overheated. He was able to find the piece locally with
another tech that regularly imports and provides parts for local radio and TV stations. He wants $350 for the piece and it is his last on hand, but that is better than being off the air too long for the repairs!

Your prayers and support are so humbling and help us continue on the air and reaching out to the youth of Bukavu. Young people continue to listen to Radio Kahuzi for spiritual strength to face their many daily hardships.

These two young girls came by to pick up radios and deliver bananas their mother finds long distances from home to sell to those who can buy.

The Lord continues to Super Abound in Grace to us, as Ephesians promises and we are learning about the "Power of The Resurrection" as we see the Holy Spirit coming along side when we need His intervention.

Ephesians 1: 8 - 10 Wherein he hath abounded toward us in all wisdom and prudence; Having made known unto us the mystery of his will, according to his good pleasure which he hath purposed in himself: That in the dispensation of the fulness of times he might gather together in one all things in Christ, both which are in heaven, and which are on earth; even in him:"

Rejoice with us as we celebrate 30 years of BESI ministry in Africa. We could not have completed these many years without your partnership in the Gospel.

With Grateful Hearts,

Friday, April 29, 2016

Exercising Holy Boldness and Faith in 1990

Mama Mobutu, Richard and President Mobutu w/bodyguard on April 24, 1990 
This is a picture of  "Holy Boldness and Faith"
considering they had no license, funding, radio training, or equipment.
"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."  Hebrews 11:1

 Dear Friends of BESI / Radio Kahuzi,

Kathy and I are truly grateful for your "Coming Along-side" us and the work of Grace these many years in His Appointed Timing!

It is interesting that local celebrations are praising President Mobutu today for his decision to end the "One Party State" and change Zaire's Constitution, exactly 25 years ago on April 24, 1991!

For Kathy and me, it began exactly one year earlier, when we shook
hands and the President asked, "Mr. McDonald, has my Cabinet Director answered your questions and helped you with your projects in Telecommunications?"

We thanked him and responded that they "pointed out that our projects are Impossible and Unconstitutional, since BESI is an American (foreign) association, and the government (OZRT, now RTNC, Radio and Television National) has a monopoly on all broadcasting and telecommunications."

President Mobutu replied, "Give me a copy of your BESI statutes, and
I'll see what we can do!" That was April 1990, exactly 26 years ago an Unconstitutional, an Impossible situation, after three years where we had (some would say, foolishly) worked our way up through all levels of the government, getting OK's, step by step to the top. But, suddenly... IMPOSSIBLE!

Richard laboring over radio application 3 yrs.
As God would have it, exactly one year later, in the Lord's timing, President Mobutu wrote and signed a Decree  on 26 April 1991, making BESI an American-Zairian Association, so that Fred Bahler, Pastor MUTANGI, Pastor YUMBA, and Richard & Kathy could develop BESI's telecommunications projects with it's cooperation for development.

Two days earlier, President MOBUTU announced changes to the Constitution to end the One-Party State and begin Multi-Party elections!

After these actions BESI was given the first private broadcasting license to open a National Network with four FM broadcast stations in the first two years: BEST Radio (Kahuzi) at Bukavu, Kinshasa, Bunia, and Rethy.

Later, by the Lord's Grace, BESI won a Supreme Court Decision to protect and guarantee Democratic Freedom of the Press for thousands of future radio and TV stations that began blossoming throughout the Congo with the Transitional Government. (Another story for another day)

Praise the LORD! Thank You Lord, for your Spirit's "Power of the Resurrection" that brought it all to pass!

With Love and Thanksgiving in our hearts to you all for Partnering with us and the Holy Spirit in His Amazing Work of Grace, 

Richard and Kathy McDonald

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Radio Kahuzi listener shares the Easter Story...

Dear Friends of BESI / Radio Kahuzi,

HOW IMPORTANT IS RADIO IN SHARING THE STORY OF JESUS and the CROSS? Christian radio becomes an instrument of intimate, private, one to one witness.

"How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?"  Rom. 10: 14.

The following story illustrates the uniqueness of hearing the Word of God through radio.

This week we had an interesting insight into the life of one of our Radio Kahuzi listeners when he shared how his landlord had come to his rescue. Earlier, the landlord's sons had demanded that our listener pay several month's rent in advance at a higher figure if he wanted to stay where he has rented for several years. The listener went to the landlord and told him what his sons had said, and that he would have to move out. The landlord was surprised and said, "No" and wanted him to stay because he had recently come to know the Lord and was Growing in Grace because of our listener's presence and sharing witness to him.

And here is the rest of the story....For years the landlord felt hopelessly lost because he could not get to a church, and one day he saw our listener's little red radio recharging in the sun and heard the Gospel message and became interested.

Our Radio Kahuzi listener and his wife invited their landlord to come for coffee so they could testify and explain God's plan of Salvation by Grace, plus nothing, and he could hear the radio messages in
his own heart language. Then our listener gave him his own solar radio and the landlord began listening intensely, and finally understood that he could believe and receive the Lord personally, and was born again and reassured through the programming about his decision, and began to grow Spiritually - all because of our listener's presence and fellowship. 

And, about that high rent...the landlord told our friend to only pay his rent to him or his wife, not his children, and that he wrote in his will that, as long as his wife is alive, our Radio Kahuzi listener's rent would not be raised, and he could not be forced out by his children, who had been trying to misappropriate their father's business.

The Word of God lived out in the landlord's life improved our listener's daily life economically...just as our Lord instructed. "As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good onto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith." Gal. 6:10

We Praise the Lord for this insight into one background story of the Holy Spirit's Ministry through Radio Kahuzi and the Galcom fix-tuned radios in the Great Lakes Region of Africa.

God is asking us to be His voice to share the message of Easter one to one. With your prayers and sharing we can do it together through Radio Kahuzi.

With Love and Thanksgiving in our hearts to you all,
Kathy and Richard McDonald