I would love to go back, even if I had to cover a whole house in cow dung...
|what you can't see are the tears streaming down my face from the smell...|
|repairing the manata with cow dung|
...and would love to spend the day with these women in the Massai land.
|learning beadwork from the Massai women|
|spending time with Vicky|
the last two summers, I've been able to spend time with Kenyan college students who are graduates of the Compassion program. their friendship, encouragement, stories and love have deeply impacted my life. these friends are dear to my heart.
|batting cages with Seleina, Stella and Nelly|
|at one of the Compassion offices with Seleina and Stella|
one of my dear friends, Maureen, is also serving in her home country as the Executive Director of the Mercy House, which is a maternity home for women. they have rescued mothers out of the slums and poverty to take care of them during and after their pregnancy. I have skyped with Maureen several times and had the opportunity to see some of the girls and their babies. precious.
for just $38 a month, YOU can make a difference in the life of a child.
consider sponsoring a child through Compassion today.