The Take Heart team has a serious case of proud mamma syndrome with Beatrice - this acceptance letter makes her our very first university student. (After spending a week with Beatrice on our last trip to Kenya, we can say with full confidence that she's an incredible young lady.) She will be attending university in
The Take Heart Project, in partnership with numerous private donors, has completed construction of a "store" in the village. This will enable the women to sell food items and other goods without having to make the 7 mile walk to Migori daily - this is how sustainable income is provided. Now that the building is
We closed on our house today. After returning from Africa, I had one day off and then 5 days in a row at work, then a two day garage sale, and the daunting task of moving after living in the same house for 13 years. I was quite disappointed the google does not list moving
I'm back! I'm back. Back to the familiar, the comfortable, the convenient. I have a fridge when I am hungry. Not to mention the 5 grocery stores within a 5 mile radius. I have an amazing pillow top mattress. And a husband who loves only me. I also have 'me' back. Me this, me that,
"I have always loved being involved in missions and going on missions trips but this trip to Kenya, Africa was different than any I have ever experienced. We were able to build relationships with some of the wonderful people in Nyaduong, and I look forward to building on the work the Lord is doing there."
I feel so conflicted because there is a part of me that can’t wait to see my family and enjoy the comforts of home. And then a part of me wonders if after what I’ve experienced, if I ever again will be comfortable with my “comforts”. Will I ever be able to get the image