Last Update From Turkana

Once again I'm promoting the humanitarian and Christian relief effort to the Turkana people in northern Kenyan. I hope you will read (click on the highlighted words in red font below) and comment on this last installment, especially if you haven't commented already. In my part of the world our weather has turned to rain.  In Kenya, when it rains, it is considered a blessing.  As you can imagine when you have little to no water, rains truly are a blessing.

A dignified and beautiful Turkana woman.

 Missions of Hope: Last Update From Turkana: Hello friends, This is my last update about the Turkana relief effort. We had a great time in Turkana serving the people there with our l...

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  1. A wonderful portrait of a proud woman.

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  3. Thank you, Sivinden. I thought this was a fantastic photo taken by my friend Jonah who is taking food aid to this woman and her people. I hope you will read about it at the link provided ;-) Wonderful weekend to you!

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  4. I read your post and the linked one with a lot of joy. I know that the area is a violent one, often between the Turkana and the Pokot. I pray that peace comes to the region and that God blesses all the efforts that are made to help these dear people towards a more peaceful and prosperous life.

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  5. I LOVE this photo!!! I've always love the Masai but as a child they were a bit scary!
    As to what I said on Linda's site: it is just in the thought stages so no where near definite now. There is actually someone running the program now but he needs a lot of direction so.....we will see...and pray...

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  6. It takes special people to take the time to do the work. Bless you :)

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  7. Hi Penny! I was just over at Neil Lawrence's Blog and saw you had been there. Neil and Jennifer have opened a facebook page and by reading their notes you can get an up-date. Recently he had a very bad thing happen where he lost his vision totally for a short while. He is now in Asheville, North Carolina, receiving treatment, but still has a long way to go to recover fully. I would appreciate your prayers for his eyes.

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  8. Wonderful and inspiring photo.

    You are doing such important work!

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  9. thanks penny, I hope your well. :) Martine

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