Category Archives: Preparation

How God Answers When We Pray

The past week has been spent preparing for a certificate ceremony for my students’ students in the Nandi Hills. Part of the ceremony was providing each student with a Bible and a certificate…problem is, we didn’t have enough Bibles. I had way underestimated the number of students who would complete the course. Not only did I need 64 more Bibles… (more…)

Let the Blogging Commence!

Sorry for my lack of communication. I have had around a solid month of visitors and still one more group arriving on Saturday. Jim and Melony Roche will be going deep into Mt Elgon with my Ugandan friends and I to do evangelism, visit local schools, and help pastors learn more about teaching. If you have any questions, or haven’t… (more…)

Preparing for Evangelism

Nikki, my friend from Texas, has arrived safely! After an eight hour bus ride, We spent the first day preparing for evangelism–which means cutting, folding, and practicing our skills. It is amazing how much time can go into preparation. We folded well over 300 tracks and after 3 hours of evangelism we are already out! Back to folding and cutting.… (more…)

Equipping the Body of Christ

If you remember the story from last month of how ten women went and began teaching 1,600, these ladies are back at it again! Not only have they continued teaching these, but Ruben (their OT survey teacher), asked two of them to train a group of men and women from a near by village who wish to do the same… (more…)

Pray for Bungoma Discipleship

If there is any problem faced while doing ministry in Kenya, it is that the harvest is great, and the workers are few. Bishop Protus of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship in Bungoma requested if there was some way that a 12 month long Biblical foundation class could be offered to his congregation. I was very eager to help, but as always,… (more…)

Made it to Kitale

Praise the Lord! I have made it safely back to Kitale and couldn’t have been more warmly welcomed by everyone. I got off the bus two days ago, and I have not stopped feasting till now. I spent this morning with Beverly Wootton discussing ministry plans for the next few coming months. I am really excited about the people groups… (more…)

10 Hours into the Bush

10 hours into the bush, you will find a people group who have been at war since history was written. These people are known as Pokot and they war with a tribe called Turkana. We spent three days up in the remote border area of these two tribes witnessing, evangelizing, offering medical care, and showing the Jesus film to these… (more…)