Its been a full two days of teaching upon teaching. It has been good to hear the different presenters and to gain insight from some great pastors and leaders here in Kenya. We opened the camp yesterday with 60 Kenyan youth from all over. Many sacrifices have been made by families to have their son or daughter here with us these few days.
A major downpour moved through Kericho just after lunch and was refreshing. A couple of our students decided they needed to stand in the rain and enjoy it. Many of the Kenyans were looking at them crazy as they avoid the rain and don't ever want to just stand in it.
We continue to live on a steady diet of beans, rice, cabbage, and chai. We were presently surpised this morning with pancakes that brought us a little comfort food.
We will participate in a service project tomorrow with around 80 of us working on a road. It is a road leading to the church where the camp is taking place. Trying to get here on Tuesday one of the vehicles I was riding in got stuck on the road and almost didn't make it to the church. Please keep us in prayer as it will be a very challenging day physically. Physically from the standpoint of just moving rocks in place to fill holes and make for a smoother entry into the church. Also this road is quite littered with trash and who knows what. We have seen, walked and smelt the road and it is unbelievable and is overwhelming to think about working on it. However, the Lord will provide us with the strength to do what is asked. Thanks for your prayers on this.