Curtis Describes Workplace

In a village called Simatwet, in rural farmland about 20 miles outside of Kitale, I sit and study the Bible with a group of pastors and church leaders 4-5 times a week. They come from churches scattered across the Western Kenyan landscape.

We meet in a small building of temporary construction over a dirt floor on a property leased by On Call Ministries, a church lead by my friend Pastor Benjamin.

As we study and discuss God’s Word, we are surrounded by the sounds of life going on around the corrugated steel walls of the room.

I hear the sounds of bleating sheep, lowing cattle, braying donkeys, clucking chickens, all grazing and pecking the ground literally just outside the building.

Occasionally a curious chicken, lamb or calf walks into the building through the open door and then leaves after discovering absolutely nothing to eat.

Besides the domestic animals are the sounds of the huge variety of wild birds that live in this tropical equatorial rainforest. Sometimes I think they sound like some kind of electronic signaling system due to the complexity of the sequence of sounds they repeat.

Author: Kitale Kenya SDA Mission

We are a group of mission-oriented people. Pastor Benjamin found us on YouTube from one of our sermons. He oversees a number of churches. They seek biblical truth and have thoroughly enjoyed Karen Zarska Styer's sermons about the experiential aspect of the heavenly sanctuary. Meg Smyth and Denetra Gary continued Karen's work for the next 10 days. Denetra focused more on the science of the brain and how it processes information while Meg focused on the experiential side of a walk with God. Curtis Delzell, an experienced missionary and evangelist, is currently with the lovely people of Kenya. They want continued Bible study as they seek a closer walk with Jesus. Funding comes from personal finances and private donations. Click on the Donate page for ways you can help.

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