Tag Archives: Kenya

The White Lady’s Pet Chicken

Above is the group of ladies who prayed that they would one day meet my mother. And oh, was it ever a joyful time when that day finally came–full of celebrations, singing, feasting, and many, many gifts. My mom spoke to them about spending time in the Word every day (while my dad was outside speaking with the men). The… (more…)

God Makes Difficult Things Possible

Well, after three weeks with very limited internet connection discouraging me from blogging, I have finally found that if I leave my router out in the driveway I can sort of, kind of, get a connection enough to upload a photo. I intend to post pictures and stories from when my parents were here doing ministry, but first I must tell… (more…)

Kakamega

We have finished Foundation Course Teacher Training in Kakamega area. I have been going there every few weeks with a group of my friends to encourage local BTCP students to start a discipleship program for their community. Pastor Herman (one of the BTCP students) called me last night and said “Hello Missionary!” [Herman always calls me missionary because I wont let him… (more…)

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…)

Training in Kakamega

If there is one area in need of a discipleship movement it is Kakamega. We went there last month for evangelism and I must say people there are very religious! I don’t know exactly what cults are predominant in the area, but you can’t walk down the street without seeing all kinds of funny hats, long gowns, and uniforms that express where… (more…)

Nandi Hills Discipleship

The team of BTCP students in Kosoiywo is equipped, and eager for the next phase of discipleship. Basically, I spent two days showing them how to train their old students to disciple others. These people really have a heart for teaching God’s Word.  I was only expecting two or three of them to volunteer for the job and 19 showed up! We… (more…)

Witnessing to the Lost

One of the hardest things about evangelism is reaching out to religious people. Sometimes, I would willfully take on an atheist over a religious person.  When my friends and I were in Tanzania, we met a group of ladies who had been sitting in church their whole lives, but when my friend Daniel and I shared the Gospel with them,  they… (more…)

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