Catching up with Bob Kuest

Bob Kuest

It was really great seeing Bob again at Ebenezer this morning and catching up with him. Bob and his wife Peggy spent some time at Ebenezer last year and did a series with the staff on Relationships. It was fantastic. Bob is remembered most for encouraging us with “Imago Dei” – seeing people made in the image of God.

M.M: How long will you and your wife Peggy be in Zimbabwe for this time round?
B.K: We are here until October 18 but have a week in Mozambique.

M.M: You’ll be doing a session with the graduates. What will your focus be this time round?
B.K: Relationships. I’ll be looking at Biblical principles on relationships and healing relationships.

M.M: Peggy is not with us at Ebenezer this time round. Where is she and what is she up to?
B.K: Yes, Peggy is in Harare teaching at a Women’s Conference on Christian Maturity.

M.M: Wonderful. What do you do to relax?
B.K: I enjoy working around the house – yard work and building.

M.M: What is the weirdest food you’ve eaten?
B.K: Baby bees. When fried, they taste like nuts.

M.M: Interesting. What is your favourite quote?
B.K: Isaiah 12:3 “With Joy, draw from the well of salvation

M.M: Who is your favourite Bible character and why?
B.K: I have many but I’ll go for Nehemiah. He is a fine example of what Biblical leadership is all about.

M.M: Great. Thanks so much Bob. Enjoy your stay in Zimbabwe.

By Molly Manhanga