Thursday, July 6, 2017

Kenya Travel Update

Today marked the final day for our medical team at the Kiu clinic. We’ve heard from Dr. Lynn Chincheck, D.D.S. who declared the mission a success. She and the rest of the team, ably assisted by some Kenyan doctors and nurses, treated a total of 517 people over three days. She said she loved “the docs and nurses and the amazing assistants on our team!”

Nurse Gina Knorr reported, “We were told for the size of our group, this was an impressive amount to treat. As we departed the village, emotions were high. We stood together hand-in-hand with the community leaders, pastors and other members of 410 Bridge. God was so present, it was palpable. As we left, we stopped by the water project the Church of the Nativity helped fund. It is on the grounds of a local school, and we were warmly welcomed by several students. We ended our day with a surprise campfire. This morning (Thursday) we prepare to depart for our next adventure with full hearts. We all look forward to seeing our loved ones soon.”

The hard-working group is now on its way to Amboseli National Park for some much-deserved rest and recreation. Amboseli is located in the southwest corner of Kenya near the border of Tanzania. Snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro towers above the park’s marshy swamps and dusty plains that are filled with an abundance of wildlife.

Behold, I will bring to it health and healing, and I will heal them and reveal to them abundance of prosperity and security.
~ Jeremiah 33:6


Please pray for the missionaries to have a fun and relaxing day today!







6 comments:

  1. Congratulations on a very successful mission! Take that rest, enjoy the beautiful sights in Kenya - you have earned it. See you when you get back!

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  2. Way to go Kenya team! You guys are awesome! What an amazing testimony to share your God-given gifts and talents with our brothers and sisters in Christ. We are all proud of you and can't wait to hear more stories and welcome you home! Enjoy your time of rest and relaxation. Our prayers are with you all the way.
    Hugs & Love!

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  3. What an amazing week, Kenya team! We are so proud of all that you have accomplished! Enjoy your last day in Kenya. We can't wait to see you!

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  4. What complete joy your story brings to all of us at home. We can feel that God was in your presence through the people you've met and have helped to heal. Thank you and bless you all. Dori

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  5. Amazing!! Love hearing and seeing all of these updates!! And love sharing his with our kiddos! (To Mia- Caroline says, "hi, Bubbie!" Xoxo- Kate Saunders

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  6. Wow! Congratulations Kenya team on one of the most impactful Nativity mission trips ever to Africa! God has guided you each through a path of amazing power and grace. May your journey now be safe, your stories change the course for others and your memories last a lifetime!

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