David Taylor

May 18, 2021

Coming Home Part 2

The rest of our trip home to Windy Hill was filled with many little ‘divine interventions’ too numerous to mention. Suffice to say we made it back filled with gratitude and thanksgiving. We almost got down and kissed the ground in Kenya because we were so grateful to be safely […]
May 14, 2021

Adventures in traveling home to Kenya!

In the coming weeks, we desire to share the amazing trip we had coming home to Kenya and later, the last leg of our visit in America to Libby, Montana. It was filled with challenges, major troubles, with even more major divine answers and protection. For every challenge there was […]
March 9, 2021

Conference, Tumaini, Baptisms

Sunday morning we had a great discussion with twenty questions the fifty young women (and two of our young men) had compiled.
March 1, 2021

Raised in the Newness of Life

By His grace and mercy, we witnessed eleven people being raised in the newness of Christ’s Life.
February 26, 2021

Piave Harvest Celebration

We were also surprised when they also brought us chickens for the Windy Hill Christian Community back home.
February 24, 2021

Nairobi

Our Father has opened up a door in Nairobi, Kenya.
February 9, 2021

An Amazing Story of God’s Wisdom and Grace

It begins with a young nineteen-year-old man named Sammy, drowning last week in the flooded area of Lake Nakuru within sight of our home. As plans were made for his burial, there were already signs of trouble. This young man was a leader of multiple gangs in Nakuru. While meeting with the family to discuss the burial, one of those gangs from our local area (consisting of about thirty young men) showed up in the front of his mother’s house. They began shouting and telling everyone that they would do the funeral and no one had better get in their way. They had already tried to take the body when it was first discovered in the lake, but they were stopped by the police.
February 5, 2021

Accidental Drowning

Pray for the mother of this man, who during this time of grief, needs the comfort of the Holy Spirit and not the solace of unreality.
January 28, 2021

Covid-19

The last two weeks have been rough. After our trip to Kericho to visit our seven churches and then to Nairobi to take our daughter to the Airport, somewhere along the way I picked up Covid-19. When we returned home I knew I was very sick.