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February 10, 2017

Hard working women....whatever their age

Oh boy do the women have to be strong! They are the ones who work in the fields, bare the children, usually at least six.....look after the children...even in the fields, collect the water (which takes hours!).....find fire wood,...

February 9, 2017

Tuesday....What a day! One of the young men on the training, formerly a Muslim, suddenly got revelation as he listened to the teaching!! He asked to pray and invited Jesus into his life.... he was beaming from ear to ear as we prayed with him.

Training for where th...

February 7, 2017

Sunday was another busy day, church in Miti Mingi, then lunch in the village at Paul and Martha's beautiful new house.

Then we had a surprise visit from the Voluntary Community Health Care (CHC) Team I started whilst working for Links International, many years ago. It...

February 6, 2017

Gathima School

Today we were really excited to be making the hot, dusty journey to visit Gathima School. This was the 2nd visit for Janet and I. Situated on a dusty hillside....it's basically a collection of mud hut classrooms.... with stunning views out to Lake Nakuru...

January 27, 2017

PottersHeart training engages women and some of the older men, but it’s been especially challenging to engage young men. Especially unmarried ones. Wherever you go you see young people hanging around. With unemployment around 98% there is little else to do!

Kenyan’s lov...

January 27, 2017

Meet Kenneth. Sadly, he is not unusual for the people we meet in Kenya. He’s seen a huge amount of tragedy in his life, even at 43. In the time we’ve known him he has already lost a son and buried his brother 

His wife recently gave birth to a baby girl…but they live ap...

January 27, 2017

When we first met John he was knocking wooden furniture with a lump of wood and a broken chisel. Struggling to make enough money to support his young family. Selling what he made - basic stools, tables, beds - for what little he could in the local village. 

Without the...

January 27, 2017

As I sit here in Pottersbury, it is difficult to imagine how difficult life can be in rural Kenya. It can feel like the ‘land that time forgot’ in many ways. 

The $500 billion, plus, given to Africa in the last 60 years has in many ways only made things worse for the pe...

January 27, 2017

Meet Julia. At 69…a poor widow…even by Kenyan standards. The mother of 7…still caring for 3 orphans. Living day to day. Their survival dependent on subsistence farming the family land, her ‘Shamba’, and working for neighbours. 

When we met her, early in 2015, she had lo...

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