We are now safe and sound back on our own homeland. We had an awesome trip. The “Team of Four” (Americans) was a spiritual force to be reckoned with. We maintained a full frontal attack on the gates of hell with some very souls being snatched from the fires of eternity. Below is the fruit … Continue reading It’s good to be home!
I would rather be eaten by a crocodile than be up in front of a bunch of kids. Kids scare the heck out of me. Well it was meant to be that today and I would not be eaten by a crocodile. What was I thinking when I volunteered to go with my friend John Maina … Continue reading “I’d rather be eaten by a crocodile…”
We are not quite so exhausted today. Prayers are being answered. We had a wonderful worship service at one of the men's prisons. Paul Franks opened up the service with the President's presentation and did an incredible job. Mike Afalava was our emcee. Nate Bean did the long sermon and delivered an altar call in … Continue reading “Thank you Jesus for this day”
Greetings. The days are long. There is not even enough time to blog consistently. We are battering our bodies. We are spent. We have experienced some of the roughest roads yet. We were even chased by an elephant for 200 yards. However the good news is: 1. Souls are being transformed right in front of our … Continue reading Blog Post 4 “The Days Are Long”
We have been very busy the last two days with 5 Crusades and 1 conference. The attached picture shows one of our largest prisons thus far, approximately 1,200 inmates that came out to the service. If you look closely at the picture you can see a large crowd of men kneeling down. These are the approximately 300 … Continue reading “Bone Jarring Day”
"We are under threat of Al Qaeda, we must be vigilant." Part 1: We awoke this morning refreshed from the long commute of two days to get here. We spent the night at the Passionist Guest House where we have stayed on many past trips. It gives us a great place of refuge from the daily grind of ministry. … Continue reading Day 3- March 3, 2016
Greg Von Tobel sent a text message that he, Mike Afalava and Paul Franks have arrived safely in Nairobi this morning (which is night time in Kenya because they are 11 hours ahead of us). Praise God! The fourth member of the team, Nate Bean, plans to leave Seattle today at 1:20 pm. Someone from … Continue reading Update on Kenya Team- 3-2-16
We had a particularly rough time at the Delta counters at SeaTac. It seems as if my team leader for this trip, Nate Bean, was not allowed to board our flight (despite the fact that he had received a visa from the Kenyan Embassy like all of us) because of the 6 month expiration within … Continue reading “4 minus 1” –3/1/16