Nonfiction | March 01, 2011

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After six months at language school in northern Ethopia, we finally moved south to our first mission station.  Father, whose career as a doctor had been on hold, was posted to a hospital near the town of Soddo, in Wallayta district.  There, we occupied a real house instead of a temporary apartment.

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