It has been a few days since we have had reliable internet so I'll try to catch you all up on what's been happening.
We finished the conference in Eldoret Friday night with a great time of celebration of the Lord's table. We had 46 pastors and church leaders attend the conference that started last Monday evening and it was a full week of teaching and learning.
Everyday we held an hour session for questions and answers, with the pastors and students grilling the presenters.
Friday, we took a group photo with the students and their t-shirts and books. The t-shirts were made by Pastor Moses Biketi in his new sign shop Stan Skinner and Dave Johnson helped him set up last February. The books were provided by P&R Publishing and the Gospel Coalition's Theological Famine program.
Saturday morning we took off for our eventual destination of Narok, but we were sidelined after about two hours of driving when the trailer hitch assembly broke off our vehicle. Providentially it happened just as we came into a town called Kakamega and not while we were speeding down the highway. As it happened, there were three welding shops within about 100 meters and after an hour's delay and 6 dollars worth of welding rod we were on our way.
Ben and Tim enjoyed some Tangawezi and Coke Zero while I chilled on the grassy bank and Rob and Jay were nowhere to be seen while the hitch was re-welded.
We stopped in a place called Majengo where Pastor Reuben Luvanga has planted a church.
We stopped off to visit and to give the church some money from the Brad Pederson Memorial Building Fund to help them put up a structure on this plot of land they recently purchased. Reuben and I are standing where he intends to put the pulpit.
After some chai and chapati at the home of Reuben and his wife, we continued on our way to Narok.
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