Tag Archives: Africa

Driving to Class

When I am in the States, people ask me, “how many classes do you teach in a day?” They are always shocked to hear me respond “one.” People often times don’t grasp that BTCP doesn’t have one official campus. All of the class rooms are spread out hours apart in different villages. I would say on average it takes me… (more…)

220 Gave Their Lives to Jesus

I was overwhelmed with joy to visit the ladies class up in the mountains this past week! After being away three months in the States, I came home to find them teaching a total of 1,600 people–mainly children. Pictured above is a BTCP graduate who came each day while I was teaching the ladies to encourage them. He took notes… (more…)

The 10 that Multiplied to 1,600 Disciples

Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” I was soooo glad to finally visit the ladies’ class up in the Mountains. I had spent around 8 weeks teaching them how to disciple/teach others. When I left for the States, they asked “how long till… (more…)

Youth Conference

We had a blast at Cornerstone’s Annual Youth Conference. Our topics were Counting the Cost of Following Jesus and Putting on the Full Armor of God. I had the pleasure of hosting some of the high school girls at my home who came for the conference. Although we had a great time, there were some things in my house that really left… (more…)

Are Unicorns in the Bible??

Yes they are mentioned in scripture, and yes, they do exist: Job 39:4-6 “Will the unicorn be willing to serve thee, or abide by thy crib?Canst thou bind the unicorn with his band in the furrow? or will he harrow the valleys after thee? Wilt thou trust him, because his strength is great? or wilt thou leave thy labour to him? Wilt… (more…)

Running 100 Miles per Hour all Week

Sorry for the lack of blogging. I have been very busy studying, teaching classes, hosting a Bible study in my home, visiting the Nandi Hills, packing for a trip to Nairobi, printing material for the trip to the refugee camp, and having an awesome time at a bond fire last night with high school youth. I would say the highlight… (more…)

Average Day

I was on my way to the ATM and then back down town today when I realized, this use to not look normal to me. One year ago, I would have never walked down a street like this out of fear for my own safety. Now, all I see is happy people and little shops where I might find something… (more…)

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