Nick and Ros spent nine years in Nepal in the nineties and noughties. They thrived in a remote village, and in a cosmopolitan town; working with Christian and secular organisations. Nick pioneered a TB and HIV programme, while Ros and a Nepali friend prayed him through each obstacle. They raised two daughters, negotiated red tape, faced political unrest, and engaged with the rapidly-growing Nepali church. Intending to be change agents, they found Nepal changed them.