A Pause - Blue Monday, January 24, 2011

Hi friends,

I have organized a schedule of posts for the next week or so while I'm travelling. I hope you enjoy them.  Right now though I would like to draw your attention to two worthwhile posts which you probably won't have had a chance to read.

First, there was the installation of the new Bishop for the Africa Gospel Church in Kenya. The installation of Rev. Doctor R. Langat was a huge event which included his family and many dignitaries in attendance. You can read about his installation here. There was also gospel music by the renowned singer, Emmy Kosgei and performances by traditional Kenyan dancers.


Second, there is a serious drought problem in some parts of Kenya. This has led to a build up of tensions and clashes in various communities over food and water.

My friends are doing their part to try and assist the people. Please see their efforts in a photo essay here.  I was so proud of my friends. They are of humble means but they go above and beyond the call of duty to assist and lift up their countrymen.  It is very touching to me to see this kind of love in action.

Feel free to leave a comment at either of these posts and say a prayer that the wounds would be healed and that these people would have adequate food and water. You can see by their faces and by their bodies, that the challenges are taking a huge toll on the people.



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10 comments:

  1. Dear Penny,
    Thank you for updating us on Kenya where your heart is.
    Blessings for travelling mercies.
    Prayers and Hugs,
    Jan

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  2. Hi Penny;) I've always loved your posts on Kenya because it's Africa and this continent is where my heart lies. However, now they mean even MORE to me. Thanks for sharing. Have safe travelling. Blessings, Jo

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  3. I believe that LOVE is the answer. Thanks for this post.

    Happy Blue Monday, Penny.

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  4. Wishing you the best on your trip. Sights like these just b eak my heart. Especially, where children are involved.

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  5. Yes, very touching.
    Love & God Bless
    Mrs J

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  6. Hope you have a good trip!

    I think that the Kenyan people are some of the most gracious and generous people in the world.

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  7. Hope you have a good trip!

    I think that the Kenyan people are some of the most gracious and generous people in the world.

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  8. Hi Penny;) I've always loved your posts on Kenya because it's Africa and this continent is where my heart lies. However, now they mean even MORE to me. Thanks for sharing. Have safe travelling. Blessings, Jo

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