Ephesians 2:8-9 "For by grace you have been saved through faith and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast"



Thursday, July 6, 2017

MT ELGON GRADUATION

MT ELGON BIBLE CLASS GRADUATION
Stan began working with this group in 2015. Since he was in Nairobi he,  and several other men,  made the long trek to the Western province of Kenya to the remote town to teach these men and women who were eager to learn God's Word. The students had to travel many miles to reach their classes so this graduation represents many hours of hard work and dedication to the task, earning a 2-Year Diploma in Bible.  





JOSEPH DELIVERS NEW BIBLES TO NEW BELIEVERS

IN SCHOOL IN NORTHERN KENYA 

🎶🎼  THE    B...  I....  B....  L...  E....   🎶🎼 THAT'S THE BOOK FOR ME

Joseph Lelurke, is a Samburu missionary who lives in Suguta Marmar. Joseph and a team of young men travel to remote villages in Northern Kenya to minister. This past week Joseph visited the Suguta school and gave out Bibles. These beautiful smiling faces were so excited to receive their new Bibles and have their picture taken. Suguta Marmar is a small village in Samburu country in Northern Kenya. 
THE SAMBURU AREA OF NORTHERN KENYA AND SURROUNDING COUNTRIES
THIS IS HOW A KENYA MISSIONARY TRAVELS

SO HAPPY TO RECEIVE THEIR NEW BIBLES

THOSE SMILES SAY IT ALL
JOSEPH AND THE ENTIRE GROUP


Wednesday, June 21, 2017



 Men Getting Together to Hear the Good New

EMAIL MISSION UPDATE FROM JOSEPH: 
Hi Cliff and Paula: receive much greetings from Kenya,  Pray for my team we have a short mission trip, reaching unreached souls and follow up new believers in Samburu East and North in  different villages Date: 23-25 June, Ewaso village Date: 1-4 July, Wamba village then Date: 15 -20 July Baragoi. Pass my love to all. God bless you. Yours in Christ, Joseph Leleruk.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

 Joseph's Mission Trip to the Turkana Northern Kenya

With everything going on in OUR world-politics, politics, and more politics, other parts of the world are suffering. There is a major drought in Kenya and God Bless Joseph and his team for taking grain to one of the most isolated areas. This small sack of flour may seem like a drop in the bucket BUT to these families it represents HOPE for another day and a sign that someone CARES

Women wait for their bag of meal.

A gesture that says, "Someone cares about your suffering."

The look on their faces speaks volumes!

Joseph and some of the elders.