Monday, November 22, 2010


Pastor Maunda called from Kibwezi this week, very excited. He said that every Sunday since we showed The Jesus Film he has had new people attend his church. Just this past Sunday, three more showed up and received Jesus as their Savior!

Praise God - seeds are still sprouting!

Please join us in praying that the new believers in Kibwezi will become well grounded in the Word of God, grow strong and win others to Christ!

It is so exciting to see "fruit" from the "seeds" that were sown in Kibwezi.  It only happened because people prayed and gave so we could take The Jesus Film to this village!  We are honored to be part of what God is doing!!

Serving Christ in Kenya!

Don and Becky Cameron

Wednesday, November 17, 2010


Last Saturday Don and I headed out on our first long distance trip alone. Our driver Jeremiah resigned, but Don said he could make the nine hour drive. I wasn’t so sure but I prayed and felt God saying “I’ve gotten you this far in Africa, trust Me.” Remarkably I was not fearful and for the most part I didn’t “help” Don drive!

Our destination was Carry the Light Orphanage in Usigu Kenya on the shore of Lake Victoria near the border between Kenya and Uganda. Our friend, Rachael Howington from Rockwall spends 3 to 6 months at a time there. The orphanage cares for 97 orphans. We took The Jesus Film equipment along to show the movie to the children and the community.

Saturday evening Pastor Joshua asked if I wanted to teach Sunday School to the adults. At first I declined because I was afraid I wasn’t prepared. Don said he would teach the class and preach in the main service as well. Later that evening I felt God telling me that I could teach what He has taught me about Bible study. So I began to outline what to say and He gave me illustrations and even a visual aid! Sunday morning I was eager to teach the class. I left them with the tools God had given me back in Texas last year! We reviewed and practiced. I now know I am sufficient because my sufficiency is from God.

Don preached on the Kingdom of God and that the Kingdom of God is here on earth. He told them the parables that Jesus taught on the Kingdom of God. God has given him such an insight into Kingdom living that is applicable to life no matter where you live.

Sunday afternoon Don and Pastor Joshua walked through the village. On their way to visit Elijah, a member of Joshua’s church, they saw a group of about 15 men sitting and talking. Don went and greeted them and introduced himself. He then said that he wanted to ask them a very important question. He asked them if they knew Jesus. They said yes. He then asked if Jesus was Lord of their lives. One man spoke up and said they were all Muslims. Don then replied that Jesus is the prophet “Isa” that is in their Koran and Isa is alive to this day! He invited them to come and learn more about the life of Isa from The Jesus Film we were showing the next night. Two or three of the men said they would come.

When Don and Joshua arrived at Elijah’s door, he invited them into his small house. They sat down and after the usual greetings Elijah looked at Don and said “I want you to teach me Bible." So Don sat with him and began telling him the story of Elijah’s life. When Don finished he showed Elijah in Elijah's own Bible the scriptures he just taught him. Don told him to read for himself, because when he reads for himself what the Word of God says, no man can lead him astray.

God truly showed Himself sufficient during our trip to Usigu. He was sufficient to provide the Sunday School lesson, when I was not. He was sufficient to share with the Muslims about their prophet Isa and use that as an opening to spread the Gospel. He was sufficient when a man just asked “teach me Bible."

“And we have such trust through Christ toward God. Not that WE are sufficient of ourselves to think of anything being from ourselves but our sufficiency is from God.” 2 Corinthians 3:4-5

Please pray that our time in Usigu will reap much fruit. Also pray for the 97 orphans and those that care for them that they will grow in the knowledge of God and His Kingdom!

We pray you will all have a wonderful celebration of Thanksgiving next week. We have truly added to our list of what we are thankful for this year!


Don and Becky

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Kibwezi Report

We stand in awe of all that God accomplished during our short time in Kibwezi. We began on Saturday morning with a training session for pastors and church leaders. Don taught on how to do follow-up with individuals after the showing of The Jesus Film based on Jesus’ parable of the sower in Mark 4. He discussed how to share your testimony and discipleship training for new believers.

The first showing of the film occurred that evening. The film was shown outdoors in the town center of Kibwezi. We had an estimated 800 people in attendance. This was a great surprise to us because we had expected a crowd of no more than 300. The film began at 7pm but was cut short at 8:15pm due to rain. We were forced to take measures to protect the equipment from moisture. Also, people were beginning to leave because of the rain. We did, however, cover the amplifier with a blanket and umbrella so that Pastor Maunda could explain God’s plan of salvation and call for anyone wanting to follow Christ to come forward. He then led them in a prayer for salvation. About 70 people responded (not counting the younger children).

Don remembers watching a young boy, perhaps 10 years of age, with his head bowed and eyes closed. As the rain fell on his head and ran down his face, he repeated the sinner’s prayer as led by Pastor Maunda. Tears fell from Don's eyes as well.

We had been specifically praying that the gospel message would reach some of the Muslim population of Kibwezi. The next day, we heard a report from one of the churches that a Muslim man showed up for worship testifying that he had been saved at our meeting the night before. We do not know how many more Muslims had been reached because the rain made the afterfilm follow-up more difficult, but if we heard the testimony of one, we feel certain that there were more. Also, some of the people that our team talked with after the film were very hesitant to give their names which would be typical of Muslims that were concerned about subsequent persecution. Please be in prayer for these new believers.

The second showing of the film occurred on Sunday evening.The film was again shown in the open area in the town center of Kibwezi. We had an estimated 1,700 to 2,000 in attendance. Again, the numbers were a tremendous surprise to us.

When we were shopping for the audio equipment, we tried to size it for a crowd of 2 or 3 hundred, so we were looking at a 100 watt amplifier. Before the purchase, we decided to increase to a 250 watt amplifier and add speaker stands to project the sound better. This turned out to be the correct decision. We had also purchaed a generator and DVD player. The total cost (in American dollars) for this equipment along with the cost of electrical connections came to almost exactly $1,600.

During the film, Don was sitting on the ground (there were no chairs or benches provided for anyone) so that he could be close to the projection and audio equipment. This was very near the front so he could not see more than a few hundred of the crowd that had gathered. About half way through the film, he decided to get up and walk around to stretch his legs and to get a better idea of how many were in the audience. He was astounded at what he saw. This large open area, which was much larger than a soccer field and which could hold several thousand, was half full of people. From the rear of the crowd, the sound was not loud, but could still be readily understood, and the screen was small, but could still be easily seen. Don whispered to himself, “Thank you, Jesus. There has to be at least 2,000 people here”. The final estimate was between 1700 and 2000 in attendance that evening.

We stopped the film at the end of the movie, as the film depicted Jesus’ ascension to heaven, and before the film presented the final salvation message. Pastor Maunda, very concisely, summed up the message of salvation, called for those wanting to receive salvation to raise their hands and then led them in a prayer to receive Christ as their savior. Pastor Maunda estimated the response (excluding children) to be about 200 people. We had nowhere near enough altar workers, so we handed out flyers to many of the people explaining how to find Pastor Shadrack Maunda’s church along with meeting times for services and Bible study.

We know that we serve an awesome God and yet He continues to amaze us. We appreciate each of you who prayed for this weekend ministry!

Becky & Don

Saturday, November 6, 2010


Friday morning we loaded our generator, speakers, amplifier, projector, screen and microphones and headed out to Kibwezi, Kenya!!!

The rainy season has begun in Kenya. As we traveled we noticed farmers walking behind two oxen and a plow preparing their fields for planting. We actually saw five different farmers along our route. This was significant because of what happened BEFORE we left for Kenya.

Last March, Pastor Ghiorghi, a pastor friend of ours from Romania attended our home church’s Missions Conference. He looked Don in the eye and told him that as he was praying for us the day before God gave him a message for us. “Just like Elisha, you are to slay the ox and burn the plow.” Don was stunned. He knew exactly what this meant. For several months, he had been teaching on the life and ministries of the prophets Elijah and Elisha. God was confirming that our planned 3 month mission this fall was just the beginning of a much longer time working for His Kingdom in the nation of Kenya.

Then in May, our adopted son, Sastry Meesala’s brother and father came from India to see him graduate  from Dallas Baptist University. We had “adopted” Sastry after we met his family in India in 2008 on a mission trip. His brother brought gifts to those who had helped Sastry in the U.S. When Don began unwrapping his gift we were amazed! It was a man behind a plow pulled by two oxen! (see photo). Sastry’s brother told Don that as he was shopping for the gift in India he felt God urging him to bring this as being symbolic of Don’s call to Africa and India, just like Elisha has been called by Elijah! He had no way of knowing how significant his choice was!

So Friday as we were coming into Kibwezi, and seeing the fields being plowed by oxen, I was reminded that we are working in the fields of our Father God. He has prepared us to come to Kibwezi. He supplied all the things necessary for the showing of The Jesus Film. It is just like God to bring us here at planting time so we can plant the seed (The Word of God) in the hearts of these villagers!

Thank you to everyone who has partnered with us to make this time of ministry possible! We appreciate your prayers and financial investment. Please continue to pray the next two days for Kibwezi! We will let you know what great things God does here!

Don and Becky
Biblical Life Ministries

Sunday, October 31, 2010


One of the goals the Johnsons had for us before we arrived was to return to the areas where they had held the Bible school and hold conferences. On October 21st and 22nd, Kathy Johnson and I held a women’s conference and Don taught the book of Daniel to the pastors and church leaders.

Kathy and I had about 25 ladies and small children on Thursday. On Friday we invited the ladies from the churches of the graduates and over 80 came! Our goal was to encourage them in their personal walk with Christ, share ideas of how they might enrich their ministry to their families and the women in their church, and we also wanted them to have fun.

On Friday morning we began with the Toilet Paper Game! We handed out rolls of toilet paper and told them “Take all you think you will need.” We got some strange looks, but since most of these ladies have very little some of them took advantage of the opportunity and stocked up! After all had taken “all they needed” we announced that each lady would share with the group something about themselves for each square they took! The smiles on their faces were priceless. After all had shared, Kathy pointed out that it did not take much money to have a good time and learn more about each other.

We ended each day in personal prayer with the ladies; having them pray for each other in groups of two. It was a great time of ministry.

Don had a powerful time as he taught the men for ten hours in two days on the book of Daniel. The men all reported that they learned a lot. The Word of God was their textbook and they had discussions on prophecy. He had some “problems” with his white board. After we returned home we discovered the problem was he had been writing on the protective film, not the white board! Once we removed that, it is now ready for the next time! No more using kerosene to clean the board!

We were privileged to pray for Bishop Joseph Manzi’s wife, Angnes, on Thursday afternoon. She had become ill after graduation and had been diagnosed with “a fatty liver”. The church and friends had been praying for her. When we arrived at her home she was very weak and her abdomen was swollen. Kathy, Don and I prayed for her and anointed her with oil. We left fresh drinking water for her and told her daughter to watch her through the night. We were very concerned for her life. At 7:30 the next morning Bishop Manzi called to tell us she was healed and she would be in our meeting that day! Oh, how we rejoiced for her healing. It was truly God working. Angnes came to the meetings all day Friday and showed no signs of any illness. When we saw her on Sunday she was much stronger and so happy!

Don preached in two churches on Sunday in Malindi. The second church was Pastor Douglas Mwadziwe’s church located in a very poor area. At the end of the service Pastor Douglas invited Don and I to join him in praying for those who wanted prayer. Several people came forward and we prayed for them. One young mother requested prayer because she could not pray; every time she tried “something” stopped her. When Don placed his hands on her shoulders and began to pray she screamed and fell backwards. Pastor Douglas prayed with her as the evil spirit left her. As tears streamed down her face she began to pray and praise God! God’s timing is perfect. This lady had never been in that church before! We asked Pastor Douglas and his wife Elizabeth to follow up with her to be sure she continues to come and be discipled.

As we left Malindi we were grateful to God for all He had done in our life and the lives of those we met. To see God work miracles of healing and deliverance was a huge encouragement to us. It wasn’t by our might or our power, but by His Spirit that lives were changed in Malindi! Thank you for helping us touch the people of Malindi!

We appreciate all your prayers and encouragement as we continue our assignment here in Kenya! We are excited to see what comes next!!!


Don and Becky Cameron

Saturday, October 30, 2010

The Jesus Film Project-God's Way

Don sent out an appeal email to a handful of his friends right after we arrived here in September. God led a college buddy of his who he hasn't seen in over 20 years to share the request with his Sunday School class in Houston. In less than a week the entire project was funded! God moved on the hearts of those class members, who have never met us and a member of our home church in Rockwall. Only God can do that type of fundraiser! It is humbling to be used to help Kenyan pastors reach the lost of their villages and then disciple them.

Biblical Life Ministries was given a state of the art projector last June. With the funds we received, we purchased the amplifier, 2 speakers with stands, 2 wireless microphones and all the connecting cords.

While we were in Kibwezi this week meeting with the graduates from the first Bible School four years ago we arranged to show the Jesus Film NEXT Saturday and Sunday nights (November 6th and 7th)!! We will be in an open area in the village. Saturday morning we will hold a seminar for the church members who will assist with the follow up ministry for those who accept Christ.

We have yet to purchase a generator so Pastor Shadrack Maunda is going to find one for us to use in Kibwezi. We are waiting to find the right generator for the right price. We ask you to pray for wisdom and favor.

November 13 and 14 we are taking all the equipment with us to an orphanage near Kisumu on Lake Victoria. Our friend Rachel Howington from Texas works there and we will stay with her at the orphanage. We plan to show the film in the orphanage and hopefully in the surrounding village.

Wow, from one short email appeal in September to four different showings by mid-November! God can work fast to get His Gospel out to those who need it! Thank you for your prayers and support!

Don and Becky Cameron

Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Saturday night Don was boiling a chicken to make chicken and pasta. It took longer than he thought, so it was after dark when it was ready to eat. A few minutes before it was done we heard a knock at our gate.

The night guard had come to tell us we needed to close our chicken window. At first we thought he had smelled our chicken, but no, he said he had seen our chicken window open after we went to bed the night before and he feared bandits could break in if we left the chicken window open. This seemed strange to us because we hadn’t seen any chickens around our cottage. So we asked, “Which window is our chicken window?” The guard pointed to the window at the back of the house. We asked if we could leave the other windows open and he said that was fine. We told him we would be sure to close our chicken window before we went to bed.

The guard left and we sat down to eat our chicken pasta. After a few bites it hit me! Our CHICKEN window was really our KITCHEN window!!! The guard must have thought “those poor white people are really dumb!” We almost fell out of our chairs because we were laughing so hard! From now on we promise we will close our chicken window before heading to bed. I sure hope the guard doesn't tell everyone about that crazy mzungu (white person) that doesn’t know what a chicken window is!

Tomorrow we leave for five days in Malindi.  Kathy Johnson and I will hold two days of Ladies Ministry and Don will teach "The Book of Daniel" both days to the pastors and church leaders.  Kathy returns to Nairobi on Saturday to take care of her family.  Don and I will remain to look for a possible location for the next Bible School in a Briefcase on Saturday and on Sunday Don will preach in a village church.

Next time I will share about our newest project using The Jesus Film in Swahili.

We are amazed at all the Lord has given us to accomplish here in Kenya!  It is exciting to know that HE is directing our path and He will receive ALL the Glory!

We appreciate all your love, prayers and encouragement.  We both think we are having way too much fun doing this missionary work!  I do promise we are working! 

Building, Training, Connecting!

Don and Becky Cameron

Wednesday, October 6, 2010


  • Pray for the sick!
  • Give the Gospel Message!
  • Set the captive free!

On Saturday (September 25th) we visited the area where we would be speaking the next day. The Pastor, BLM student Micah Gichor, established the church in that area 2 months ago. We walked through the village and greeted the people. The littlest babies were scared of me, they had not seen a white woman before.

We prayed with Daniel for his wife who was in the hospital. Her name is Jumwa Boja. They are members of Micah’s church. She was very weak and had not been able to speak, complications from diabetes. As we left, Micah asked if we would drop him at the hospital so he could pray for her. We asked if we could come along. So off to the hospital we go! It was open air, no windows or screens but clean. When we found Jumwa, Micah and I asked God to heal her and we left. 

The next day (Sunday) Don preached in the little church filled with many children. Two months ago they had never heard about Jesus! The children of the village are encouraged to come and sing and learn about Him.

Don brought an outstanding message and ended by inviting anyone who wanted to accept Christ to come forward. A mother of one of those little children who had been coming and learning songs about Jesus came forward and committed herself to Christ! Her children had brought her the Good News and we were able to witness her new birth! Pastor Micah will begin her disciple training very soon. 

Jumwa and Pastor Micah
During the service Don encouraged each member to rejoice with Daniel and Jumwa when she returned from the hospital. He told them to believe for her healing. After the service we found that God had raised her up. She would be released that day! The only problem was here they hold you in the hospital until you pay your bill. Your friends and family have to provide you with food. The patient has to remain until the debt is paid. The bill was for less than $30 but they had no way to pay. God had a way.

God’s ways are higher than ours! He gave us a call so many months ago to come to Kenya. We had no idea what God had in store. We prayed for Jumwa, God healed her! We gave the Gospel message, a mother was born again! We brought funds from other believers, Jumwa was released from captivity! We stand in awe of God and how He works.

More reports to come….


Don and Becky

Friday, September 24, 2010


As I opened the drapes this morning of our cottage in Nairobi Kenya I went up the steps and opened our front gate.  This is the sight I saw. 

I sense this is a picture of our time here in Kenya. It is not about this cozy cottage and how much I’m enjoying it. It is about “going out that gate” to the people God has sent us to minister to here in Kenya.

It is nice to enjoy this lovely home, the birds singing, the cool breeze blowing. It is beautiful here. I will miss this cottage when we are out in the villages, but our call is to “go out that gate” to those God has called us to serve! This cottage is a place God has blessed us with to refresh us before “going out” next!

Don made it back late Thursday night (Thursday morning in the US) yea!!! It is so good to have him back with me. Words can never express how much all your prayers mean to us! Our prayer partners have been working overtime between Don’s rushed trip back to Texas for Suzanne’s funeral and my remaining here in Kenya to get our home in order. Thank you, thank you!

Come this Saturday morning (after Don gets two whole nights in his own bed!) we leave at 5:00 am for 10 days in the coastal city of Malindi on the Indian Ocean. It will take us about 11-12 hours of hard driving to get there. Please pray for our safety and that our vehicle functions properly. We are going with Kelly Johnson, Founder and President of Biblical Life Ministries and the author of the “Bible School in a Briefcase” (BSIAB) a 10 week course of study for village pastors.

Monday through Friday Don and I will attend the last week of the Bible school as students. Please pray that we will be alert and attentive and able to participate fully in the classes. On Saturday we will assist the Johnsons with the graduation ceremony. I’m in charge of getting all their names spelled correctly on their certificates!

The new graduates are to be commended for completing this course over the last year. We were in Malindi in 2009 when the Johnsons held the first meetings with the candidates. We are so privileged to be returning to see them graduate! We ask that you pray for these pastors as they return to their village churches better prepared to preach the Word of God, walk as Godly followers of Christ, disciple their congregations and evangelize their communities.

Now that is a reason to GO OUT THAT GATE!

Don & Becky

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Suzanne Graduates as We Arrive In Kenya

Last Saturday as we were leaving Suzanne’s bedside, she grabbed my arm tightly and said so very softly, “I can’t wait to hear what miracles God is going to do through the two of you in Kenya” and “I’m so glad you are going to be with the Johnsons.” She definitely believes in what we are doing and she released us go. Before we landed in Kenya Wednesday night, Suzanne had graduated to Heaven! We celebrate her life though we miss her dearly.

We got the message the afternoon of our first full day here. Upon getting the news, we both knew Don needed to return. By that time it wasn’t possible to get a flight out that night, so we emailed our travel agent in the US and he found a ticket for Don to return the next night (Thank you Eldon from Golden Rule Travel!!). So after two nights in Kenya, Don is on his way back to the US to be with his family. He is due to land in Dallas at 2:00 pm Saturday. Suzanne’s visitation is 6-9 Saturday and the service will be at 2:30 on Sunday at Rest Haven Funeral Home in Rockwall, TX. 

Thank you to all who have prayed for us and the entire family. We do not always know why God does what He does but we know that His will is perfect! This extra round trip was not in our budget, however we know Don needed to be home. 

Our first morning here we signed a three month lease on our cottage and purchased cell phones and household items.

On Friday morning before Don left we were able to secure a rental car that will be able to carry us and our equipment into the bush. The neatest thing is it has air conditioning. I never dreamed we could get that luxury! We hired a driver to get us around town. (They drive “on the wrong side of the road” here and it will take Don some time to master that and the traffic!) I'll give more details on him later.

Thanks goes to Melissa and Robbie Gross for getting us to the airport! You two are great! We also want to thank those who are ministering to Don’s family through bringing food and offering prayers!  I also want to thank all of our friends and family for making it possible for us to be here to help reach Kenya for Christ. It is an honor and a privilege just to be here.

It is so wonderful to be in God’s family!

Your missionaries in Kenya,

Becky & Don

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Proceeding as Planned

Don and I visited with Suzanne today. She has improved and is way more alert. She is scheduled to be discharged from the hospital on Friday. When we left today Suzanne told Don that she will be here when he gets back from Kenya and she will be praying for us. Our pastor, Brad Howard, called this afternoon and told Don that our departure on Tuesday bore witness with his spirit. He plans to pray for us at the end of first service on Sunday at LakeShore Church before we leave for our 3 month term on the mission field.

We originally thought of postponing our departure, however we have both been in prayer and we agree that we need to proceed as God directs. We appreciate our friends that have been praying and for those who visited Suzanne this week. Please continue to keep her and Dan in your prayers.

We leave for Kenya on Tuesday, September 14th! We covet your prayers for us and the work God has put before us!

Don & Becky

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Urgent - Please Pray For Suzanne

We just returned from the hospital where Don's sister, Suzanne Mosley, was admitted because she was having difficulty breathing.  Suzanne has been battling breast cancer for three years.  The cancer has spread to several organs and her bones.  Please pray for her, her husband Dan, daughter Jennifer Russell, son Chris Cameron and our entire family.

We trust in God.  We do not fear.  We know God wants the best for His children and we are His children.  We do not understand but we fully trust in our God.  Nothing can separate us from God's love.

Don & Becky

Saturday, August 28, 2010

18 Days & Counting

Here it is, 18 days before we leave for Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa, for 3 months! Our excitement is growing as we see God blessing our efforts to serve where He has called us.

Over the last few weeks we have been "stepping down" from our roles as Bible teacher, women's Bible study facilitator, nursery volunteer, ushers and church greeters. It is a bitter sweet time for us. We have loved serving in our home church. We appreciate all the encouragement we have received from our friends and family.

God has truly blessed us with family and friends that believe in us and what we are going to be doing in Kenya. It is very humbling to receive donations from family and friends who want to be a part of God's work. We are also thankful most of all for those who have committed to PRAY for us! Prayer changes things and we NEED your prayers. Not everyone can go, not everyone can give, but EVERYONE can pray. Prayer is our most URGENT need.

Don's niece and her family will live in our home and care for our 2 dogs (Bear & Scout), 2 cats, horses and cows. We will pay all utilities, animal feed and upkeep while away. Wal-Mart has given Don a leave of absence from his pharmacy manager position. He is using his remaining vacation time for 2010 and all of 2011. That will leave seven weeks of unpaid leave. This is a step of faith and we know God will provide as only He can! God is so good, all the time!

Please pray we will follow all the way He leads us!

Tuesday, August 17, 2010


We’ve got to do more!

Those words have changed our lives. Actually God is changing our lives.

Some of you may be wondering why on earth a couple who has been married 40 years (August 22nd!), worked in pharmacy, and assisted with ministry support would decide to up and leave for Kenya, East Africa - for three months.  Well here is a little insight into why we are doing what we are doing! 

In the last 5 years Don and I have gone on short term mission trips to Romania, South Africa, twice to India and three times to Kenya. I (Becky) have worked the last 11 years for mission organizations (Evangel Bible Translators and Christ for India) and Don has served on the mission council at our home church, LakeShore, in Rockwall.

During our first 2 week trip to Kenya to work with Kathy and Kelly Johnson of Biblical Life Ministries, (Don represents them on the LakeShore mission council) Don volunteered to represent BLM at a missions conference in Florida. While there he was challenged “to do more”. He called from the conference in tears saying, “We have to do more - we have to do more for missions!”

Well, on our second visit in the summer of 2009, we found a place “to do more”. The Johnsons asked us to come and help them with their work in Kenya. Don will teach follow up pastors’ conferences and help Kelly. I will work in the BLM office and travel with Don to minister to the women.

As time draws near to go (29 days and counting) we wanted to share our heart for the call we are answering.  The call to "do more".

I'll be posting regularly between now and when we depart on September 14th.  I'll share more about how God has guided our steps and confirmed His call.  I look forward to sharing with our friends and family our journey leading up to our decision to go and how God has encouraged us all along the way.

I have committed to posting once a week; I'll do more if time allows!  I will have photos to share along the way also!

Check out our web page on the Biblical Life Ministries website. Just click on the link on the right side of this page.

Here are photos of some of the ministry we have done in Kenya over the last three years.  We will return to Kitui and follow up with the graduates of BLM's "Bible School in a Briefcase" as well as follow up with Eunice's ministry to the needest children in her village.
Children from outrech in Kitui, Kenya

Preaching in Kitui, Kenya

Monday, August 9, 2010

Getting Ready

We are getting ready and more excited by the day! In 37 days, we leave for three months in Kenya, serving alongside Kelly and Kathy Johnson with Biblical Life Ministries.