|KBTC's water pump died again this week and we|
had planned to ask you to pray for a speedy repair!
BUT... not only did the fundi (repairmen) finally
show up today, Jack received word that funds
needed to cover the repairs are on the way!
|Jack checking out the newest building (built of|
recycled materials) on the KBTC campus and
dreaming of how the building can be used by
students after windows, paint, etc., is added!
|A special view spotted last Sunday as we worshipped|
at Tigoni Baptist Church. For more about this
little girl and her friends, click BIT OF OUR HEARTS
(above) and find the July 26th post.
As we reach higher education levels, we must continue focusing on our grassroots of preparing pastors and leaders for the future in Kenya and all of East Africa. Pray with us as we strive to make this an ongoing priority.
|Our entertainment during lunch one day this week!|
|Another sunbird which is|
often spotted in our yard.
One story this week which really touched my heart was shared by a couple who recently asked for prayer support as they encountered great spiritual darkness in a new work area. This month’s update shared that they no longer face fear and attacks, but are welcomed by the people in this village. The few Believers are walking long distances to study God’s Words together and upon returning home they are excitedly sharing what they learn with their families and friends. Many want to be baptized, but first they must find a place with enough water so that many will not have to walk 10 kilometers (6+ miles).
|Today's photo on my FB page|
and BITS OF OUR HEARTS.
|In case you are unsure, we love living in Kenya!|