First Aid

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Here are just a few examples of how your contributions are not only helping to aid people here spiritually, but also give them relief of physical ailments as well.  Thomas, one of the elders of the church, wanted to relay his gratitude for the toothpaste and toothbrush.  He had been having much pain in his teeth and gums and was only able to eat . . . read more
Someone said there’s no photos of me on this.  Here’s me, patiently awaiting hair clippers in the mail from mom.  In the meantime, I listen to my iPod. . . . read more

Down by the river…

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“Eeeyoh! Hoh! Hoh!….Eeeeyoh! Hoh! Hoh!”  At least that’s how I think you’d spell it.  This was the noise that awakened me from sweet slumber at nearly 4 in the A.M.  “This is it,” I thought in my early morning stupor, “They’re coming for me and all I have to defend myself is a soapstone candle holder and a limited Kiswahili . . . read more
As Requested…Before and After.  Thanks for the clippers, Mom! . . . read more

Adventures in Kisii Town

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As part of my work here in Kenya, I teach one week per month at our CLC seminary located near Kisii town in the village of Chotororo (say it with me now, remember to roll those ‘R’s).  Being a white guy operating on a modest budget is a bit of an oddity around here…maybe oddity is the wrong word.  It’s as common as a one legged man . . . read more
It doesn’t look like much, but this is the groundwork for the first of two new classrooms for Emmaus Hill School. . . . read more
As Requested…Before and After.  Thanks for the clippers, Mom! . . . read more

Adventures in Kisii Town

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As part of my work here in Kenya, I teach one week per month at our CLC seminary located near Kisii town in the village of Chotororo (say it with me now, remember to roll those ‘R’s).  Being a white guy operating on a modest budget is a bit of an oddity around here…maybe oddity is the wrong word.  It’s as common as a one legged man . . . read more

Down by the river…

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“Eeeyoh! Hoh! Hoh!….Eeeeyoh! Hoh! Hoh!”  At least that’s how I think you’d spell it.  This was the noise that awakened me from sweet slumber at nearly 4 in the A.M.  “This is it,” I thought in my early morning stupor, “They’re coming for me and all I have to defend myself is a soapstone candle holder and a limited Kiswahili . . . read more
Someone said there’s no photos of me on this.  Here’s me, patiently awaiting hair clippers in the mail from mom.  In the meantime, I listen to my iPod. . . . read more