Bridgeway Reports From Maisha

July 15th & 16th, 2012 Helloooo from Maisha!!! My name is Alecia…I’m with the group from Bridgeway Church in Oklahoma City. We arrived safely in Kisumu on Sunday. During our drive in we were greeted by HUNDREDS of children running toward us. It was the best greeting anyone could ever dream of! We had a […]Read more

Bridgeway Reports From Maisha

July 15th & 16th, 2012 Helloooo from Maisha!!! My name is Alecia…I’m with the group from Bridgeway Church in Oklahoma City. We arrived safely in Kisumu on Sunday. During our drive in we were greeted by HUNDREDS of children running toward us. It was the best greeting anyone could ever dream of!   We had a […]Read more

Beatrice’s Story Comes Full Circle

Every day at Maisha is special and God’s grace abounds. But today was one of those rare days where God’s glory shined so brightly, it soaked us all until we overflowed and danced in a river of delight. Even the 3 and 4 year olds from the Academy picked up on the atmosphere – one […]Read more

Beatrice’s Story Comes Full Circle

Every day at Maisha is special and God’s grace abounds. But today was one of those rare days where God’s glory shined so brightly, it soaked us all until we overflowed and danced in a river of delight. Even the 3 and 4 year olds from the Academy picked up on the atmosphere – one […]Read more

Highways & Byways of Life by Kristen Huffty

In Kenya there is a definite hierarchy on the roadways. The Kings of the Road are the large vehicles – the vans and pickups and cars. All of them are old, with the occasional glaring exception, and the bigger the vehicle the higher up on the food chain they rank. Next are the piki-pikis, the […]Read more

Highways & Byways of Life by Kristen Huffty

In Kenya there is a definite hierarchy on the roadways. The Kings of the Road are the large vehicles – the vans and pickups and cars. All of them are old, with the occasional glaring exception, and the bigger the vehicle the higher up on the food chain they rank. Next are the piki-pikis, the […]Read more

Fireproof Chickens

Finally took time to stay in the kitchen for a bit today and soak in the all the wonderful character. Freaya, Nissy and I had the privilege of private African cooking lessons from Sulemein, ever patient and all knowing when it comes to the kitchen. We ducked into the mud structure with billowing smoke pouring […]Read more

Fireproof Chickens

Finally took time to stay in the kitchen for a bit today and soak in the all the wonderful character. Freaya, Nissy and I had the privilege of private African cooking lessons from Sulemein, ever patient and all knowing when it comes to the kitchen. We ducked into the mud structure with billowing smoke pouring […]Read more

I Saw God In Them by Dennis Mathew

DAY 1 at the MAISHA orphanage was amazing! We drove from St. Anna’s guesthouse in Kano, Kenya for about 20mins and came to a place where there were a bunch of shacks on the street side that were “restaurants”. People bought food from these places but they were clearly not what we would think of […]Read more

I Saw God In Them by Dennis Mathew

DAY 1 at the MAISHA orphanage was amazing! We drove from St. Anna’s guesthouse in Kano, Kenya for about 20mins and came to a place where there were a bunch of shacks on the street side that were “restaurants”. People bought food from these places but they were clearly not what we would think of […]Read more

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