Monthly Archives: May 2012

What Do You Imagine Happens in a Day of Training?

Note: posted by Roger but written by Brooks. Well, so much of what we do is build relationships . . . and that is the very fun and exciting part . . . to see who God is connecting us … Continue reading

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There’s a Cadaver in Seat 12A

The morning we returned from Mombasa area back to Nairobi I dropped into bed and didn’t get out for two days: high fever, chills and a bladder infection.  I don’t think Brooks has ever seen me stay in bed for … Continue reading

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Kitale to Mombasa

Roger has been an avid fan of the 49’ers for years.  Last year when we moved from our home of 14 years into a smaller rental home in a maybe-questionable neighborhood, he told me the story about the 49’ers Coach … Continue reading

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Traveling Has Its Little Challenges (and Big Rewards)

Traveling has it’s little challenges.  The scary thing is that I’m VERY worried that I might be becoming accustomed to them.  Little things, such as a chicken sitting in the chair beside me or a cockroach crawling across the dinner … Continue reading

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Samuel — From the Brewery-Home

You may remember Samuel, Paul, and Maxwell who I wrote about several days ago.  Their mom is the one who had resorted to selling alcohol from her backyard brewery in Bikeke Village.  I’ve been concerned and wondered if the boys … Continue reading

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Feedback From Your Prayers and Words

I want you to tell them that their love for us is so special and to partner together is so encouraging. With many leadership team meetings to go, I still wanted to report back some of the feedback we have … Continue reading

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The Brewery

Reeking of alcohol an old man sat pompously across from us in the tiny dirt floored hut.  Sadly, this is home to a young widow and her three sons.  The man, ragged, filthy, and very aggressive, is a client who … Continue reading

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