I went to a local animal sanctuary where a wonderful man takes in injured wild & domestic animals. He nurses them back to health and allows the public to enjoy God’s precious creatures.Continue reading “Christa, Lions and Exotic Goats”
This week, I spoke at a camp meeting that covers many churches. This is Pastor Dan’s district. Once again, he was my translator. I was able to share, in great detail, the steps through the Sanctuary, beginning with the Gates of Praise, the Alter of Sacrifice, and the Laver.Continue reading “Christa at Mang’ana”
Pastor Dan and our taxi driver, Leban, took me to the new NW Kenya Conference building. It sits on 5 acres overlooking the town of Boyio.Continue reading “President of the NW Kenya Conference”
Elder Elijah could not take me to my meeting or do the translating today because he was taking Karen to Keroka.
Elder Elijah arranged for an SDA taxi driver to drive Pastor Dan and me to our venue. His name is Leban. He stays with us all day and listens to the message and then takes us home, which is roughly an hour away.Continue reading “A Taxi Driver, 2 Sermons, & the Market”
Story by Christa – Elder Elijah had the car worked on all day Friday. Sabbath morning, he tried to open the hood but he was unable to do so. He called the mechanic who assured him the car would be fine for our trip to church.Continue reading “Stuck in the Mud”
I have been assigned to the Nangili SDA church for most of this week. Elder Elijah is taking me to and from the church. He is also doing all the translations. Unfortunately, the connection is very weak so I cannot connect to the cloud. Therefore, I can’t film the sermons but God has been blessing us despite the problems.Continue reading “Christa Preaches”
No, she’s not on a motorcycle… Yet!!
Christa Negley is taking a picture from the left side of the car, as the driver is on the right. The motorcycle is a typical transport vehicle carrying impossible loads to market.
This is where we do our shopping. Beans and other dry goods are in open sacks.
Christa doesn’t usually do farming in church clothes but perhaps she’ll start a fashion trend! She is spreading brown millet and later she spreads corn to dry in the sun. It is then ground for a dish called Ugali (you either love or hate it).