Monthly Archives: May 2011

Celebrate!!!!

Even though I know as a mzungu I will never fit into Kenyan culture completely, I am sad this morning as we get ready to leave Kitale and head back to Nairobi.  Roger and I often share our hearts with … Continue reading

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Cookin’ For the Guys

It’s been such a fun few days in Kitale town.  There’s nothing like coming home.  Things that used to catch my attention, now are common.  For example, dress, or foods, or sleeping accommodations no longer surprise or confuse me.  Instead, … Continue reading

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Training in Nairobi

When one of our contacts sets up a gathering of new church planters we’ve not met before, it’s always exciting to see who will be there.  This was the case as we waited last Sunday for our ride to a … Continue reading

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Slums See 200 New Churches in Five Months

Just a few weeks ago I wrote some of our leader-friends in Nairobi about our upcoming time together and said, “I would love to see some church planting movements begin to take place in the slum areas.”  This has been … Continue reading

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The Long Journey & the Realities of Africa

While we were waiting to get on our plane, I wrote the following on Facebook: This speaks well of Brooks, of course, which many people commented on: But as for me, I guess besides being tired at 2:30 in the … Continue reading

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