StoneHouse Fellowship Of Churches

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 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.
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.
January 18, 2021

Kericho Conference

Last weekend, Robert, Njeroge, Cynthia, Yiskah and I took a three day visit to our churches in Kericho County. The three hour journey from Nakuru was so beautiful. Kericho is famous for its delicious coffee and tea. The first few pictures are of the tea plantations scattered through the countryside. […]
January 14, 2021

Fruitful and Bountiful Day

Last Sunday … was a frighteningly fruitful and bountifully busy day, yet it was filled with a lot of joy and praise. It began at 7:30 a.m. with our daughter’s testimony to over fifty female, teenage students at Timani High School. Then we were able to preach the Kingdom of […]
December 1, 2020

Rigogo

David and Lucy have had a rough year. Flooding, the pandemic, and the resulting loss of work has proved to be just some of the challenges they have faced during 2020.