Safari day

Safari January 2016

Today was safari day for the mission team. Sandy and our driver Peter picked us up at 6:30 a.m. It was still dark—and chilly—-and Sandy brought hot coffee and baked scones that Carol baked last night before going to bed.

A normal day

Sunglasses

Try to imagine a calm, uneventful day at the Imara House. That was today.

Our hands, God’s plans

Tie Dye

Today is the half-way point on this journey. My goodness, have we already achieved half of our mission? God knows more about our calendar than our best-laid plans. Our time in Kenya is an apt reminder that God makes the plans.

Kenyan manicure

Ngina gives manicure to Fred

Today was a historic one for Imara International-Kenya.

A full day at Imara House

Kids in chairs

Today is our first fully-scheduled day in the context of a normal routine at Imara House.

The Lord’s day

Nanyuki Vineyard Church

This is the day the Lord hath made, and let us rejoice in it. We attended worship from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Nanyuki Vineyard Church, on the Liv Estate, Air Force Road, near BATUK Military Camp. This is the church that has warmly welcomed and embraced the Imara family.

Saturday at The Market

Market Mission Trippers-001

So, what Saturday morning in Nanyuki, Kenya does not begin at The Market?

Dressed to serve

Photo by Kevin Walsh, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

It is Friday night and we are in Nanyuki. Today was another day of travel and transition.

Leaving for rainy Nanyuki

Kristine Michael, Sharon, and I are on board our flight for Amsterdam.

New book tells the story of Imara International

Safe in a Tree

Safe in a Tree, Imara and Me, started out, as many stories do, with an image. C.S. Lewis’s Narnia stories came out of an image he’d had in his head for years, of a lamppost in a snowy wood.