It sure seems like life can pass you by if you don't pay attention. Furlough as come and gone and here we are in the Masai Mara again. We are happy to be starting our second term on the mission field. When we left for the US last year we were so reluctant because people were starting to come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, we didn't want to miss out on the discipleship. On our return to Kenya, we have been blessed to see the growth in these young believers. God continues to bless us, in allowing us to be a part of His amazing work of calling people to Himself. In the past week, 3 young boys of prayed to their creator God to be saved! Travis is excited to start disciplining these young men.
Over the past few months being back, Travis has started work on our house. As you may all know, we live in our shop. Travis is anxious to move us out of "his" shop and get us into our house, so that he can started working on helping other men with various things. He would love to teach men to weld, mechanic and such.
Travis stays very busy with work and ministry on a daily basis. Hard to keep up with him really! I'm sure he is thankful he is done digging out all those huge rocks for our house site.
I stay very busy in the home, with homeschooling Sarah(9) and Summer(7), keeping Savannah(3) and Skylar(2) from hurting themselves or destroying my house, preparing for Womens Bible study weekly, and all the other things moms do.
Thankful to be home!