LAICO Regency Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... along until the song was over. The service was really interactive! People went on stage and shared their stories about their journeys with God. Unfortunately for us it was all in Swahili. I just sat there and watched the kids in front of me annoy each other. The preacher started preaching and 2 hours later we were allowed to leave. Yes, 2 hours... The kids and the five of us (plus Hassan) were the only ones who left, the service was not even ...
Here till Sunday 5 th July. This is better than I ever envisaged........lions lying on the road, rhinos and Buffaloes crossing, screeching baboons outside my tent at night, delicious meals and lovely company around an open fire! I have seen lionesses in trees, leopards climbing up ...
... Power Women' held a bible study which I got to lead reading some chosen scriptures about Faith (with mom's help before I left). Next week will be about healing :) They also sang a song in Swahili which was beautiful and went through some prayer requests. I felt honored to be a part of it. Also was able to give them some cards I made them with their names on it and "God bless you" written in Swahili (thanks to ...
... is a good example. It's borders were set by the British in 1900 when they built the railroad. At the time there were 2 million people from 42 different tribes, speaking different languages. Britain was trying to secure the headwaters of the Nile River, by establishing their rule over Lake Victoria, the second largest lake in the world. They also establish Christianity as the religion and English as the taught language. We go to the railway museum to learn the history. Sir ...
... some men give me from when thy look into the car gives me an uneasy feeling in the out of my stomach. I thank God that we have two strong Kenyan men (Mwali and Anthony) with us most of the time, that we have a host that has lived here for so long and who is very cautious and safe, and for a leader who looks after us like we are her own children. Gods comforting hand is definitely upon us and we have had no close calls or safety issues. Anthony was explains to us that ...