This last week has been a world wind, in a good way!
The Lord blessed our Interns with safe travel and arrival to Kenya. And we are grateful! On behalf of Omega, Onnica, Nakisha and the two of us (Rev. Sonia and Rev. Sonji) thank you for your prayers!
|Interns and Texas Mission Team members.|
|First day of Swahili classes.|
|All smiles from Titiyo.|
Pastor Mugu led us on a tour of the academy. But, in these photos you see Titiyo proudly giving us a tour of his classroom. He's also sharing his Exercise Books and classwork. We are not sure who was more proud, Titiyo or us. What a major testimony to the faithfulness of God!
|Pastor Mugu and Titiyo.|
An added bonus to our time in Nyahururu was the time spent with Dr. Dorris and her two Interns, Ebony and Alyse. Special thanks to Dr. Dorris for welcoming us into her home for a meal. We all had a great time sharing stories, eating and just plain old fellowship. We look forward to seeing these wonderful women of God before they leave Kenya. Group photo!
|Our visit with Dr. Dorris and her Interns from the US.|
This short clip gives you an idea of how rough the roads were as we traveled to and from Nyahururu. Believe it or not....there was actually pavement on the road. Ken-Ya Believe It!
Last week the Interns visited Marurui Primary School in Marurui Slums, to meet the director, the teachers and students, whom they will be working with for the summer (in the US) and the winter (in Kenya). Yep! It's winter here. Pretty chilly at night. Omega, Onnica and Nakisha are excited about their assignments. The areas of focus are Christian Religious Education (I.e. Bible Study, English and Mathematics). We serve an amazing God! The school has given the Interns the freedom to serve "outside the box" as God leads, to ensure that they, the students and staff get the most of our the experience. Amen!
|Students at Marurui Primary School.|
|"Reformed" Bad Girls.|
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