Update from Cindy:
The container is in Nairobi and should be in Chuka by next Tues or Wed!! Chuka University is going to loan Humphrey a piece of equipment to off load the container so men with ropes will not have to do it this time. I just can’t imagine trying to do it with manpower!! But the Kenyans always find a way.
Mayor Babu and several other business men visited the home and committed to take each of the children to work with them one day so the children could observe them at work and see what its like in each of their respective fields. Very exciting news. The mayor is also going to work with Humphrey to help him obtain use of some type of machine to help him make re-fab bricks so the building costs will come down for us in the future.
The seminary school that Humphrey and Dickson have been a part of the past several days hosted 25 ministers in Chuka and they are so excited about the way the project has turned out. They hit the streets one afternoon and spoke with 89 individuals and 39 of those gave their lives to Christ. So, the newly trained ministers already have folks to follow-up on.
He says the weather has been perfect! With Americans in short-sleeves and the Kenyans putting on heavy coats as it is winter time there.
Dickson mentioned having breakfast with an Arch Bishop and that another man in the room kept starring at him. When the meeting was over the man approached him and said he had heard Dickson speak before in Dallas, GA, 6 years ago, about his work in Kenya and that he was a troubled man and wanted to talk but Dickson and Humphrey had no time as they were then headed to Nairobi. So, the man followed them to Nairobi in order to have dinner with them. He mentioned that he was a man of great means that had not given himself to the Lord and that he wanted to help and give to the ministry so there is no telling what kind of connection he will have to us in the future. God is amazing!