Community

September 14, 2021

Margret’s Burial

Last Saturday we laid to rest the body of Christ’s servant… Margret. Three to four hundred people were present. We were able to share the gospel of the Kingdom and the purpose of our lives here on this earth as disciples, to everyone present. Thanks to all who prayed for […]
September 8, 2021

A Pearl of Great Value

The Hebrew meaning of the name Margret is a pearl… and we have lost (for a while) one of our most precious pearls… Margret. We met Margret in a small municipality outside of Nakuru called Engasura. She lived on a small farm, in a small mud house as a widow […]
June 14, 2021

Namanga

After we left our beloved family in Kibera, we traveled to Namanga, the home of our 2 church families living there. Namanga is predominantly Masai. We met with Moses our overseer for the churches and one Matatu (taxi drivers fellowship). Moses ministers to these men and women almost every day. […]
June 11, 2021

Kibera and Namanga

Yesterday afternoon we returned home from our six-day journey to Kibera and Namanga. We were hot, tired, and exhausted from all the many miles down very bumpy, jostling, dirt roads, yet … our hearts were filled to the brim. It will take two or three post to cover all that […]
May 28, 2021

A Word About Mary…

In our previous post, we spoke of a 95+ year old woman who just amazed us. She still does. Her name is Mary and she really is 95+ years old. A few weeks ago Robert, the overseer of her home church met with her and her relatives. There had some […]
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.