Monthly Archives: October 2010

Mimi nataka kukutana na Rachel (I want you to meet Rachel!)

Exciting things are happening at the Women’s Vocational Training Center.  Since Steven and Angel Alembe, Appleseed’s Community Development Directors, have taken on overseeing the project, there are many new logistical steps being put into place.  The biggest being that he … Continue reading

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Liberty School

The land has at long last been bought for Liberty School in Bikeke Village (see the attached photo)!!!!  Needless to say, John Wanyonyi, the founder and Director of the school, is ecstatic.  And, thankfully, Steven Alembe, Appleseed’s Community Development Director, … Continue reading

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Group Coaching Process for East African Leaders

For those who want more details on how we are working with our key leaders from six nations… here is a taste. First, who are these people?  They are experienced church planters who are also training others in multiplying disciples … Continue reading

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Sisters

Sitting in a tiny, sparsely furnished mud hut with only a small opening for a window allowing a bit of air and a glimmer of sunlight into our midst, I felt incredibly humbled at the strength and courage of the … Continue reading

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Spiritual Transformation Is the Primary Key to Fighting Poverty

“When people see me walking down the road with my head up and a smile on my face, they assume that I have more money than they do.  But I don’t.  I just know that Jesus is with me and … Continue reading

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Kakamega and Beyond

We had such a great time in Kakamega, actually wayyyyyyy outside of Kakamega on a red, rough, dirt and bumpy road.  After being on the highway, which has a billion potholes and is like going through an obstacle course, swerving … Continue reading

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Boarding School – Kenyan Style

A Kenyan in Arroyo Grande?  How exciting is that? A few weeks ago, a mutual acquaintance set up a meeting of myself and a Kenyan gal who is living right in our town!  A mutual friend, Gayle Cuddy of the … Continue reading

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