Tag: kenya

Wonderful day on Lake Victoria

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One of the most exciting things about Kenya is the wildlife and last Saturday we spent the day by Lake Victoria. In fact although it was a vast waterway that we were on it was only a small inlet by the city of Kisumu. Lake Victoria itself is absolutely vast and we were told that

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Update on RUSH

  Andrew has just emailed an update on RUSH, kakamega. Thought it would be good to share with you all:


Rose Pictures – Building Josephine’s House

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The fourth set (of four!) of pictures by Rose of our recent trip to RUSH in Kakamega. These are of our building a mud house for Josephine, a widow, near to Kakamega


Pictures from Rose – RUSH School

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Third set of pics (out of four) from Rose with pictures of the school taken on our recent trip to the RUSH project in Kakamega, Kenya. A few pics at the end are of the church at Butere.


Pictures from Rose – Pictures of the RUSH project and Kakamega

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This is the second of four posts of pictures by Rose of her pictures of the RUSH project (that is where the feeding plan for the widows, the training in IT, carpentry and dress making occurs) and of Kakamega town.

Reflections on out trip to RUSH, Kakamega

On the plane back to the UK on Monday we all wrote a short reflection on our time working with RUSH in Kakamega. It was an overwhelming experience and difficult to put into a few words.

Our last day in Kenya

Sunday was supposed to be an early start for us to drive about an hour away to the church lucy and Andrew pastor in Andrew’s home town of Butare. Unfortunately, Lucy’s malaria had not completely been dealt with and she needed to go back to Dr Bomji’s.


Video of our building a mud house in Kakamega, Kenya

Well, I posted about our building a mud house for a widow called Josephine yesterday with some pictures. But we also took loads of video. We have put this together to make a short film of our making the house. Read More

Guest Blog – Angie’s week

The week has been so moving but also so humbling at times. The women’s meeting was very moving especially when they all began speaking in tongues during prayer. The women were shaking my hand and telling me their name and asking for Springfield to lift them in prayer when we return.

Guest Blog post: Rose’s view from Kenya

JAMBO  to all Springfielders and blog watchers.  Our days here are packed with interest and new experiences.  The sun has been very hot – we are here in the famine season and for the last few days everyone has been watching and hoping for rain.