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Soccer – an avenue for truth

As soon as we arrived at Christ Care Children’s Home in Migori, the kids received their new mattresses. Previously they only had small, tattered pieces of foam to sleep on. What a great way to start our time in Migori! … Continue reading

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Beauty for Ashes

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Help for Paul

Paul, a 9 year old boy born with HIV got what he needed from his visit at the Coptic Hospital’s Hopes clinic.  It took all day and of us (including Alice Litton RN, Hellen Barsosio a Kenyan physician who is … Continue reading

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Opportunities to Share

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Public Transport to Kibera

Riding public transport to Kibera was quite invigorating.  The adrenaline activated my mind, so I’d be safe and perhaps remember the way for the next time. Walking from the Matatu to the bus meant looking like I knew what I … Continue reading

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Freedom For Girls

Tonight at a “Freedom for Girls” launch at Prime Bank, I heard a member of Parliament say she was ashamed that it was not her country but America who brought to the forefront a matter of great importance to Kenya. … Continue reading

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Crops for Health in Nakuru

The great rift valley, forests, a volcano, lakes, baboons and zebras were some of the sights traveling to and from Nakuru. Evans (HEARTs program manager) needed to check out the land and talk with a small community who would like … Continue reading

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Starving

…visit the orphans and widows in their distress (James 1:27). Esther, the widow I visited today used to have a job at the local grocery store.  Her husband left her after infecting her with HIV and she has been raising … Continue reading

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Beautiful Land and Peoples of Kenya

This is a dream come true.  I am thoroughly enjoying the beauty of Kenya – lush or dry, the varying cultures of the land, the climate, and the beautiful people. I am able to bring light and love to many … Continue reading

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Heaven and Hell – Kibera

MaryLou thought her day was like heaven.  She felt the gratefulness of all the WEEP women she has been faithfully financially supporting. For me it was a day knowing the Presence of the King.  A part of me had dreaded … Continue reading

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