By Dawn Brown
recently looking at some of the pictures I have from Kenya. I spend so much time looking at them. I organize them for future use. Who are they?
What was happening in the picture, etc?
Then when the need arises, I can find them. For example, what pictures should I use when
I go to visit that church? What pictures
for this newsletter? What would be good
for a Facebook post or for the blog?
often looking at so many pictures. This
specific day, God really touched me once again, with the actually person in
each picture. I realized, in some ways,
I had lost touch with their hearts.
want to tell you about them. I pray that
you let them touch your heart too. I
want you to see them as real people.
People just like you and me, who live their lives one day at a
time. Some days we have joys and some
days we have sorrows. Some days, we just
hang on and ask God to help us through.
are the kids you pray for. They’ve
watched their parents die. These are the
women you pray for. They’ve lost their
husbands in a culture that devalues widows.
They’re struggling to care for children they didn’t give birth to. They’ve been through so much hardship. They are real! They feel heartache and pain, just like you
When we went to Kenya, we took some toys for the ministry. When we left home, we had no idea we would never see a toy the entire time we were gone, except the toys we brought with us. We visited homes and schools and we walked miles and miles and never saw a toy. The only ones’ we saw, were those we brought.
Update on Elizabeth Mativo’s House Reconstruction
|Most recent construction update|
Mixing concrete which can only be purchased by the bag.
* Pray for wisdom and God to provide a new farm hand, and that the former man will repent and turn to back to the Lord after stealing many things.