Sunday, May 27, 2018

Today I said many good byes. My time here was rich in experiences and blessings.
My adopted grand child Neema 

Some of the women from Bible study

Betty one of my best friends here in Kenya

Much love that goes around

Dear Friends
Yesterday we went again to the High School to minister among the girls. Along side Aisaih, a young accomplished Kenyan lady, we shared about life's important decisions. 

A good bye group photo

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Taking kids on Safari

Taking kids on a day trip to Tsavo National Park was a highlight. They were sooooo excited to go. Everyone wanted to see Lions, but of course Elephants, Zebras and Giraffes was on every kids list to spot. We all had great fun and lasting memories were made.

The kids were really into spotting animals.
Beautiful Zebras

Elephants make you hold your breath

A group of giraffes posed for us
A special treat for lunch chicken and chips 

Just before we left the park we met a family of lions

Can you spot the big cats?

An amazing day for all of us

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Adventure in Dema

Dear Friends

This year the rainy season is very heavy. Dams are breaking and rivers are overflowing. Today my friend Betty and I visited the country side to meet with women from a village area. The roads were at times impassable by car and we needed to take a motor bike to take us to the remote area.  The hillside slopes are adventures to climb. I confess, I prayed as the bike was creeping up the hill.  Our driver was very courageous and brought us safe to the village.

Besides blessing women with some extra food I was able to share the Gospel with them. Around 100 women came to spend the morning with us. We sang, danced, prayed and listen to God's word together. It was a mixed group of women from different religious backgrounds. One of the goals is to find ways to assist women to start self sustaining businesses. Never a dull moment here in Kenya.

Traditional Welcome Dance 

Praying together

Sharing the Word of God

Can you find me between all the beautiful women

Bags of beans and maize 

Food was distributed 

This lady walked for one hour to come to be with 

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Sunday aftrenoon with friends

The women of faith group invited me to hang out with them, you can see we had a lot of fun.

Ali prepares our lunch

Freshly caught seafood

We all enjoyed the special treats

After some good food and study, a relaxing swim


The rains have brought some beautiful flowers out, here some pictures, most of the gardens around the place I stay.

Weaver bird is busy to build its nest

Rainy season brings all sorts of life

Giant Milipi

Wednesday, April 18, 2018


Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya is like almost all third world cities, busy, congested, and full of contrasts. Stately mansions give way to the slums of Kibera and Mathare. Huge western shopping malls hint on the upcoming middle class, but quickly swallowed up by the dirty, neglected pot hole covered back streets. My visit to Nairobi was filled with adventures Uber rides and beautiful fellowship with friends. But without doubt my visit to a friends tea plantation was one of the highlight of my stay in Kikuyu Land. Here are some of the pictures I took while out in the suburbs of Nairobi.

Rolling hills filled with tea plants

Shoo-Shoo, the owner of the plantation 

As far as you could see, fields of tea

Freshly picked  tea plants