Kenya


Over history, there are times when solitary locusts undergo what the BBC calls a “Jekyll and Hyde” transformation and become very sociable, forming huge flying swarms.  Of course, we remember the plague that God sent to Egypt when Moses was seeking to convince Pharaoh to let the Israelites go.  But the chart below from the FAO shows that this type of plague is not uncommon. These plagues can have up to 10 million...

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Today we start our last week of this trip.  It started in Ethiopia, then Uganda, on to Kenya, and finishing in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.  This week, as with the previous five weeks, will be packed with training pastors and business people.  There is a deep weariness setting in but God has been good as we have been able to reach deep to summon the strength to finish well. Last week, we were in Eldoret with pastors from 27 different...

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A student in my Integrity and Finance class at the Africa Theological Seminary in Kenya shared the following situation with me a few days ago: When the whites were leaving Kenya in the 1960’s, there were plots of land being sold at very reasonable prices.  My father and my uncles approached their father, my grandfather, to ask if they could sell some of his cows in order to buy the land.  He said no.  They reapproached him two...

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Kareyn Adulu, DML Trainer and Entrepreneur Each quarter, our Discipling Marketplace Leader partners submits numbers from their activities in the previous quarter, as well as one story of someone who exemplifies the work that we are trying to do in reclaiming the redeemed Marketplace. The story today comes from Kenya. When I started working in Kenya in 2013, the World Bank ranked Kenya at 121 out of 190 countries for the ease of doing...

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