Perfect Love cast out fear

 *Dated back to early October    God takes away all feelings of fear! One lovely day, Richelle, Ann  (a kiku friend), and I hiked up a mountain near our house while living in pokot. I did not know what I was getting my self into . I had to climb on all fours on the way up and on the way back down , talk about real hiking. It was super slipperly, and there were thorns and catacus everywhere. I didn't know what kinda animals where up there, and I didnt want to find out. I did see snake skins!    As we reached the top of the mountain  we...

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This is training camp

Delayed flights, misunderstandings, and lost luggage made up the start of my trip. It was emotional, it was messy, but I tried to make the best of it. Training camp wasn't really any easier and I wasn't sure I was ready for what I had gotten myself into. We went on the streets of Atlnta to minister and talk to anyone and everyone we saw on the streets. It took us awhile to build up the courage to talk to anyone but when we finally did, we quickly realized that all people really want is your time. Someone to listen to them, because lets be real, how...

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A BIG Cat

Normally, April 15th is a day we as Americans remember because our taxes are due…but from now on, April 15th will also mark the day that I got to do something that very few people probably ever get to do.  You see on April 15th, 2011 I got to pet the fastest land animal, a cheetah, at a game park in Kisumu, a city about 2 hours away from where we are in Busia.  While we were touring the game park (it looked more like a zoo), our guide asked us if we would like to pet the cheetahs; so for 300 Kenyan Shillings (about 4 US dollars), we each got to pet the cheetahs.  The moment...

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I Want You To Know

Here are a slew of videos from Mike and Team Kenya. They had some sloppy internet so they asked me to post these four videos for them. To all friends, family, and supporters, your participants are doing very well and know that you have every reason to be proud of the men and women they are becoming. We left Kenya very encouraged!

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