Monthly Archives: October 2011

Nairobi, Kenya: “Unsettled”

“So how is Nairobi?” I asked the taxi driver as we headed from the airport to our hostel weaving in and out of light traffic that seems to have only one rule: the biggest vehicle has the right of way.  … Continue reading

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Grenade Blasts in Kenya

Our plans take us through Nairobi, Kenya three times as well as spending nearly two weeks in other parts of Kenya.  We appreciate your prayers as, many of you know, there have been increased terrorist threats there as well as … Continue reading

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Forgiven

Before we left to come to Poland, I traveled back and forth on Highway 166 from Nipomo to Bakersfield several times to see my daughter and her family.  Now, everyone knows that there are highway Patrol officers staked out all … Continue reading

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Brian Humbles: Guest Blog Contributor

I’m traveling with Roger and Brooks in Poland, and it’s time to report on the adventure. Thursday we both landed in Bydgoszcz (go ahead, give it a try: say “BID-GOSH,” sort of spitting out the last few letters and adding … Continue reading

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It Must Be Your Prayers

(Note: the following was written last Friday.  We were unable to post earlier because of poor internet connections) The day before we left town I (Roger) noticed a small welt on my chest that I assumed came from scraping myself … Continue reading

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Prayer Request for Escalating Violence in the Congo

As we get ready to head out, first to Poland and then back to Africa, we have a very serious prayer request for the Congo and our Congolese team there. Violence is escalating because of an upcoming election which is … Continue reading

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