Monthly Archives: February 2013

Kaptama

This was the last visit to Kaptama before heading home (about 2 hours outside of town). I asked these ladies to hold up their books so I could take a picture for you all. These Foundation Course books were not given to them for free. They purchased them with their own hard work. You can tell a student is truly committed when… (more…)

Let the Drills Begin

Only five days left until I am home bound! My students and I have been studying proper use of the chalk board over this past week. I don’t know whether to liken our last week of class to practice or military drills, but I have never seen a group of students working so hard. I hope to have them well seasoned… (more…)

Students in Sikhendu

I was in Sikendu teaching this week and would like to share some pictures! These students are beginning books 7 and 8 (Teaching Principles and Methods and Church Ministry Administration and Education). It is quite an accomplishment for them. Beginning a new book means you have progressed on to a new semester. They all had big smiles on their faces as they… (more…)

Nandi Hills

While I was in the Nandi Hills, a few of the pastors asked me about the BTCP curriculum. A week later, I told the Directors whom I work with about what God had been doing in the Nandi Hills and asked if they would be open to me forwarding these Men of God some information regarding BTCP classes. To my surprise … (more…)

Saying Goodbyes

Well, the pictures I took didn’t turn out. I tried deleting a few and accidentally deleted all of them! So, here is the conglomeration of posts I intended to make over the past few days: Last week, Caroline and I made 4 apple pies and chicken spaghetti casserole. She is turning into quite the chef. I am proud to announce that she is… (more…)

Visiting Home

As of the 25 of this month, I will be leaving for Nairobi, and then heading home to the states and arriving on the 27th–for a visit. Words cannot express what transformation God has done in my heart over this past year. I have truly seen the lost found and the broken healed, and in the process been healed from a lot… (more…)

Laini Moja

If you remember the post I made when Lisa and I took the orphans shopping, you will probably recognize this place. It is the clothing market on Laini Moja street. It is part of Kitale’s open air market (between the dried fish market and the carpentry open air market). Buried somewhere in this long tunnel of second hand American clothing is a little… (more…)