March 2nd 2016 - On February 27, I met with and taught another thirty-two pastors in Nairobi, Kenya, bringing the total number of pastors to 1,200 who have been taught these wonderful and remarkable truths regarding the kingdom of heaven. As with all the others, they too marveled at the soundness of the Scripture’s clear and repeated message regarding what is the kingdom of heaven on earth—the church. After teaching them, six of us made a visit to the largest of the slums in Nairobi—Kibera, with an estimated population of 500,000 to 1,000,000. Three of these men had previously lived there. The people live on less than $1.00 a day. Following are some photos we took that day, and it amazes one how they survive. And for them, this is normal; and they make the best of it they can.
Afterwards, we drove to the airport, and there they warmly greeted me as I departed from them and began my trip back to America. Why did I return? Right now I am working on a writing that will explain all of this; and I assure you it will be a great wonder, affording much hope. Yahweh had His plan for this trip to Africa, and we did not see its fuller meaning until the end. I look forward to getting this to you, and will be quite a remarkable thing to read. Also, Pastor Caleb will soon be flying and traveling to my home here in Salem, Missouri. I will explain all of this later in the writing. Again, there is hope.
Blessings to you, and thank you for all of your financial support,
One small finger of vast Kibera
Entering down into the lower reaches.
Inside one of the homes—a bed on an earth floor and cardboard walls.
Going lower towards the muddy river.
Life in the lower reaches—dangerous when there is a heavy rain.
Open sewer drainage in the walkway.
This girl would not let go of Jacob, Caleb’s brother. She held tightly to him, and kept part of his heart when he finally left.
Houses and open sewers.
Children lit up when we would go by, and LOVED seeing their photos in the camera.