Monthly Archives: April 2015

Shabbat Dinner

We had a wonderful Shabbat Dinner at the Wootton’s house tonight with a team visiting from Florida. Please keep us in your prayers. We will be having a Women’s conference tomorrow with around 40 BTCL teachers and students. Bev will be leading devotion time, I will be speaking on the importance of discipleing other women, and then our guests will take… (more…)

How to Cook for The 100s

There was a very large graduation this past week, and as much as I enjoy seeing BTCP students in their caps and gowns receiving their certificates, I have never really realized how much work goes into preparing for a graduation! It was a huge amount of work. If there was one thing that really touched my heart, it was watching… (more…)


I spent the afternoon at at the Wootton’s house discussing >15 new classes that are starting up, an upcoming trip to Tanzania, and 3 teams coming from the States. It was quite exciting, but as everyone continue to prayerfully make plans, please praying for us. Please keep all of the new students in your prayers and all of those who will be… (more…)

Bungoma Class: 631 being discipeled by students

I am excited and so proud of our new BTCP class in Bungoma. After training them how to teach a simple Bible course and then keeping them accountable to find disciples of their own, I totaled the number of people they are meeting with on a weekly basis and it came to 631 men, women, high school students, and middle… (more…)

Giving Thanks in All Circumstances

“Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” (1 Thessalonians 5:18) If there is one thing I have been working on  it’s to give thanks in everything and avoid complaining and grumbling. So, I Praise the Lord that the eight day power outage has finally come to an end! Really, it was… (more…)

Highschool Students Baptised

There is a group of around 150 highschool students I have been teaching on Thursday afternoons at a local boarding school called Ephraim. A few weeks back, I had them use tracks to share their faith with the new Freshmen who arrived at the school (of whom around 20 gave their lives to Jesus), and since then I have been examining… (more…)