What we feel God wants to do here in Kenya will take men and women of strong and courageous faith. And what’s becoming very exciting to us is … we’re beginning to find them!
Our Nairobi trip commenced with the sending of our dear brother Vincent to Nairobi one day early before we arrived to make sure everything was in place and well organized. He did and it was. We have had plenty of disappointing experiences when we failed to check things out before we arrived.
So at a dark four thirty a.m. Friday morning James, Beatrice, Cynthia and I piled into our little Toyota Camry and headed to Nairobi in the pitch black and very foggy highway to Nairobi.
We were met by our good brother and host named Barassa. Barassa lives in Nairobi and works in Nakuru. He also oversees around ten churches. We were quickly taken to a third story roof covered with tarps filled with some lovely saints singing for all they were worth.
Because it was getting late and we didn’t want to be caught driving for a second night, we bid our new friends farewell and started our four and a half hour drive back to our home in Nakuru. At that point we were pretty tired out.