It is Wednesday night in Eldoret and we just finished the second day of the pastor's conference here at EABC (East Africa Bible College). We arrived in Eldoret last Saturday and had a wonderful dinner at the local Chinese restaurant.
Sunday morning, Ben and Rob and Frank and I visited the church in Mwamba, and Jay and Tim visited Pastor Shadrack's church in downtown Eldoret.
Monday was prep day for most of us as the pastors arrived and we held the first session Monday night. Jay and Ben were handing out the books and getting to know the pastors.
We have 46 pastors and leaders, mostly from western Kenya, but one is from Mombasa on the east coast, and two are from Lodwar who were unable to make the Lodwar conference.
As you might be able to tell from the pictures here, the climate in Eldoret is decidedly colder than Lodwar. Tuesday and Wednesday were full days, teaching from 8:30 in the morning till 9 at night with a few short breaks for lunch and dinner.
Rob is videoing all the sessions and he has quite the impressive array of equipment.
He also stays up late to shoot the stars. However he has been a little bit hindered by the extremely bright moon these last few nights.
Tuesday Ben was able to connect with the local Crisis Pregnancy Center in Eldoret and apparently he will be on a local radio show on Thursday. The staff told him that they had been praying for this kind of connection for some time and they were extremely overjoyed at his visit.
We have two more days of this conference and then we are off to Narok and Masaai Mara. On our way we will stop and visit with Pastor Reuben Luvanga in Majengo. His church has purchased some land and is anxious to begin building a structure. We will be bringing them some help from the Brad Pederson Memorial Building Fund.
Thank you all for your continued prayers and support for this ministry.
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