Category Archives: Kenya politics

Like a Child: Totally Honest (+Garissa visit)

Yep, after a barrage of posts during the Bible Read-a-Thon, we seem to have gone silent. Catching our breath, or allowing you to catch yours, perhaps? We will now return to several more posts on the “Like a Child” theme. … Continue reading

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Day 7: THE PROPHETS

We are glad to report good progress both in reading and fund-raising. Those who are reading, alone, have brought in $120. Another $300 has come from the international family. We thank God and all who have given. But we are … Continue reading

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A Normal Day

Tomorrow, 7th July, will be another normal day. No right-minded Kenyan would want to get anywhere close to creating chaos. The Post-Election Violence (PEV) in 2007/08 is still too vivid and no Kenyan wants to walk that path. We are … Continue reading

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When Evil Strikes

A Nairobi pastor said yesterday, “When evil strikes with death and fear, we must strike back with life and hope.” In times like this, it can be hard to believe God is really there. When terrorists attack, when a fire … Continue reading

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So Close. . .

Today at 3 p.m., Air Force 1 touched down at Dar es Salaam airport in Tanzania. This is President Obama’s first visit to East Africa since he became President over 5 years ago. As expected, it was Africa-style: music, dance … Continue reading

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Kenya’s New Leadership

What Kenyans are being treated to from the new occupants of State House is quite commendable. We are seeing an eloquent, youthful and dynamic pair ready to move this nation to the next level. I admire the unity displayed by … Continue reading

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Elections, Kenya-style

It felt great to cast my vote on Kenya’s peaceful 2013 election day. The predictions making their rounds were that this would be a day to stay out of the public arena. Not so! Kenyans, I included, were ready to … Continue reading

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