Monthly Archives: June 2010

Weekend Fun in Kenya

We had an interesting time at a funeral on Saturday… between 1,000 and 2,000 in attendance, and the service was held in a field outside of the main mud-hut home dwelling.  It went from dawn til dusk with lunch served … Continue reading

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One by One Miracles Are Happening!

Person after person, book after book we’ve read have been so discouraging in attempts to start a self-sustaining project in Africa.  Even with initial funds to get something up and running, to see it actually run by Africans, sustained by … Continue reading

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Bikeke School for Destitute Children & Orphans–Possible Land Found!

We have had several days available (before our main conference starts this weekend) to devote to the school and the women’s center.  I’m sure Brooks will have plenty to share on the later. Regarding the school… I don’t even know … Continue reading

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First Day in Kitale

After a supposed rest in Nairobi from the grueling trip from California to Kenya, we were finally in the Nairobi airport at 7 a.m. Monday morning to catch our flight to the western city of Kitale.  Unfortunately, as excited as … Continue reading

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How to Help the Poor

Except for emergencies and crises, often the worst thing we do for the poor is give them a handout. I have blogged about this here quoting Fikkert who says: “one of the biggest problems in many poverty-alleviation efforts is that … Continue reading

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Heading Out: Surprises Coming

Finally… we leave today for Africa!  This trip will be quite different from any of the others we’ve taken…mmm, feels like I’ve said this before!  Each trip is truly unique and God has so many surprises along the way, for … Continue reading

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