Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Sunday, December 22, 2013
Sunday, September 29, 2013
Sunday, September 22, 2013
We want to reach more people in some of the more remote regions of Kenya. God is able and we are willing, we just need the means to go!
We are asking our friends and relatives to consider letting us share what we are doing with your friends, neighbors, church group or civic groups. We want to share our experiences so others can join us in blessing the people of Kenya.
We will be in the US and available from October 25th until Christmas. You can message me on Facebook. Take a look at our blog at: cameronsinkenya.blogspot.com to see just some of what we have been able to do with the help of partners over the last two years.
We would love to meet one on one with anyone who wants to listen! Helping the people in Kenya is our passion and we never get tired of talking about it! We are also looking forward to some good Texas food!
Hope to hear from you soon!
Saturday, September 21, 2013
3. They don’t pray or talk to God regularly
I have also seen others whose faith takes root in their lives, changing their lives and producing fruit. When Jesus healed the 10 lepers, only one returned to give thanks.
Later that morning, one of the men came to the church service, stood in front of the congregation, and testified of what God had done for him.
I rejoice with all of heaven with these men that have found faith in Christ, but my rejoicing is even greater with the one who gave public testimony of his new life in Christ.
Monday, September 16, 2013
When we visited Emmanuel’s home in April. School was in recess and Emmanuel had left home to visit family in another village. Their living conditions were sparse. There were no beds, they sleep on the concrete floor of a storage building. We delivered beds for the family and before leaving we arranged for a chicken coop to be built and delivered along with chickens and feed.
Don and Becky
Sunday, September 15, 2013
Five shillings. A sacrificial gift from the heart of a man in a remote village in Africa. What a blessing.
We have distributed all the Bibles we have. Bibles bring life to the believers and new converts. Let us know if you would like to partner with this man in getting more Bibles for Kenyans.
Don & Becky
Monday, May 20, 2013
Silas Odinga and James Oduor, are assisting me with the teaching. I have been mentoring them and training them to conduct this class.They are now ready for me to release them toconduct the entire training themselves.
This Maasai man, Simon Itinga, heard about the meeting to be held on Saturday at the plantation where he worked and asked if he could attend. We agreed and welcomed him into the class. He is not in the picture on the previous page because he had to leave for work before the photo was taken. He also attended the Sunday afternoon session and received his completion certificate. As I was teaching how to share your personal testimony, I called on him. He did not readily speak up and so I asked him if he was saved. He said “No, but I’m ready.” Praise God! He became a follower of Christ right there in the class. The teaching is at work already because one of the men in the class volunteered to disciple him.
We have held two more classes in other areas since then. On May 30th we are taking it to Kalambia, a new location for us.
Monday, March 18, 2013
Monday, March 11, 2013
|James Odour, Shadrack Maunda, Silas Odinga, Vincent Mokaya|
Asante Bwana Yesu (Thank you Lord Jesus).
Thursday, January 31, 2013
He was born into the Kamba tribe and was given a name which translated into English means “Sufferer”. He is about 16 years old now and for the last several years his mind has not been clear. People considered him “mad”. The last time he was in school he was in Standard 1 (First grade). For some reason unknown to us he left his father and mother and went to live with an uncle who would beat him. When he ran away from his uncle, he did not return to his parents but instead began living on the streets of Kibwezi where he has been for at least the past 6 months. The timing is not clear because his memory has not been good. In fact, he seemed to be only vaguely aware of his surroundings.
|The boy called "Sufferer" on Wednesday at the crusade|
Shadrack saw that he was “not right” and went to his house to find some food to share with the boy. When he returned, the boy was gone. “Sufferer” then showed up the first night of our crusade in the village center. He was surrounded by small children and did not speak. He left before the end of the program. The next night he was back at the crusade and the speaker that night, Evangelist Ghiorghi Cazacu from Romania spoke directly to him sharing the love of Christ. Again he left before the altar call.
Pastor Shadrack took him home to his family. “Sufferer” was so filthy they immediately removed his clothes and bathed him. Amani, Shadrack’s 12 year old son, took the dirty clothes, doused them with kerosene and burned them. Amani then gave him some of his own clothes to wear. The next morning, Shadrack took him to a local fish hatchery, baptized him in an unused pond and gave him a new name. Amani said that he name is no longer “Sufferer” but he is from now on to be called “Emmanuel”.