One fun thing about living and working at Africa Nazarene University is when Nazarenes stop by.
Take the Work and Witness Team that visited us on Wednesday, for example.
These were energetic Nazarenes from Massachusetts, South Carolina, and Colorado. They’d just finished 2 weeks working at a rural children’s center, helping with Vacation Bible School and assisting with the installation of a water system. They’d heard some of the good things that God is doing at ANU and decided to stop in and see for themselves.
Amy and I led part of the tour around campus. It was a reminder of all the Lord has done so far, but also that our best days lie ahead.
If you’ve ever passing through, stop by and see ANU. You, too, will be amazed at what has sprung up on the African plain.
The long rains (March-April-May) have still not come. Drought is spreading in Kenya, and with it frustrated farmers and food insecurity, especially in rurul areas. Please pray for steady rains, strong enough to water the earth but not so sudden as to cause flooding.
Thanks for those who prayed for us as we wrapped up the trimester. All grades are turned in, and we now have about 2 weeks break before the May trimester begins.
Ask the Lord to give rest to our faculty and students, and wonderful re-connection with family.