Enjoying the new football at recess…sorry, that’s a soccer ball. . . . read more

My First Day of School

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Surveying Area for New School Building Simba! My First Day of School . . . read more
Enjoying the new football at recess…sorry, that’s a soccer ball. . . . read more

Getting Settled

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And then there was one.  Wednesday evening my three traveling companions flew via Brussels air to their respective homes in the U.S.  Now that the constant traveling was over and I had finally arrived to settle down in the Moi’s Bridge area, the past three and a half weeks finally caught up with me.  Friday was spent in a comatose state, . . . read more
““Let my heart be broken with the things that break God’s heart.” — Bob Pierce, founder of World Vision” . . . read more

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Pics from my home in Matunda Villa

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Mary making dinner. Water Tower for the House Katherine - Housekeeper Dining Room Shower Living Room (Daisy in Chair) Living Room Kale, Beef Stew, and Ugali Shawn Heavy Rain = Temporary Moat Pics from my home in Matunda Villa . . . read more

A few random snaps.

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Inside Jeremiah\'s Home Jeremiah\'s Milking Cows Kisii Town Kisii Town A few random snaps. . . . read more

What made you smile today?

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Charles, our driver, telling the story of when he first saw a white person back in 1983.  It was a man whom his grandmother worked for.  He was giving her orders in the house and he had to wait outside.  There were many dogs outside and Charles made it clear he doesn’t like dogs.  So he ran back and forth several times.  Outside: scary . . . read more

Under the Guise of Christianity

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This past week our team of five went in three different directions.  Pastor Todd O. made his way over to Nairobi to fly back to the good ol’ U.S. of A.  Russ and Stephen headed down to Kisii while Nathanael and I went to meet up with a few contacts he had been corresponding with over the past year and a half. The first one we met up with in . . . read more