Leaving for Kenya
I am leaving for Kenya. It doesn’t get any easier to leave a place where most people have water, food, jobs, opportunity to go to school and even discretionary funds to go to a place where many are hungry, water is scarce and often contaminated, many are illiterate but long for a chance to learn and if anyone has discretionary funds it goes to support their families back in the villages.
There have been rains in Kenya thankfully. But, as a lot of Kenya missed this last planting season food is scarce all over the country and prices for the basics like flour is very high. Even our staff our struggling to feed their families.
I am grateful for all those who have supported our efforts to help where we could as the country struggled to survive the drought.
I am also grateful for those who remember to pray for me to be encouraged and to find ways we can help.