| There was also lots of people walking along the road and lots and lots of|
people travelling on various kinds of vehicles and we were always
on the look-out for broken down vehicles and those passing unwisely!
|Travelling is never boring on African roads thanks to|
sayings found on buses, trucks, matatus (public vans)- as proven
by the wise comment (but lousy spelling) on the back of a truck!
--- --- --- --- ---VISION ENLARGED: To interview potential students from the Kisumu area for the class beginning in 2015 on our main KBTC campus and hear their call to ministry was exciting, but to experience an expanded vision for the KBTC center in Kisumu and what God is doing was totally invigorating.
|Some of those in a KBTC class meeting at the Kisumu branch were|
among those to be interviewed. A student led the class and guests
in prayer before the interviewing began.
|The applicants took completing the|
KBTC application forms very seriously...
|...and they became extra serious|
during the interview which followed!
- (Jack) Kisumu is blessed with wonderful servants dedicated to evangelism, church planting and devoting their energies to training future leaders and pastors. God is doing amazing things through these folks.
|Photo shared a month ago with this caption:|
"Hopefully one of the last photos
of KBTC's incomplete building."
|Another project that is taking longer than expected.|
Mole traps (with small potato baits) are still
being placed around campus.
Jack: Pray for faith that God knows much better than us and that all issues will be resolved.
|Thankfully the numerous moles have not|
hurt the beautiful flowers around campus!
|Another beautiful view on campus -|
wildflowers on the fence separating
KBTC from nearby tea fields.
Jack: Pray that the college will have the determination to see accreditation reached within the next two years and that all our plans and goals will bring glory to God.
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|One of the incredible views spotted at the retreat center|
where we worked last week. I did not spot the white-headed
baby Colobus Monkey in the Mom's arms until I edited my photos!