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Forced Stillness: A Safari Tale

Masai Mara, Kenya
Psalms 46:10 “Be still and know that I am God”

While on safari, well on the way back to Nairobi from Masai Mara, I dropped my phone between the seat of the van. 563 more words

Self Care

Internal Medicine

The best part of the job is working with residents, medical officer interns, clinical officer interns and other consultants in the hospital. I am feeling especially pleasant this week because I am working on the internal medicine service. 320 more words


Land Reforms Necessary for Food Security

For years Kenya has been struggling with the land question as aggrieved communities seek social justice. Land is not only a major factor of production in Kenya but also an emotive issue. 768 more words

Stalawa ft Nazizi - Ukiangalia

Scotch Bonnet Records spice up tings with something completely different from Stalawa’s kitchen. A nice soul food meal well steamed for over 3 years. Take heed and listen!


on the housing levy

by the thieving UhuRuto government.

Housing can be looked at as a process and a product. And there are local and international instruments that underscore the right to housing as a fundamental right. 549 more words


Update from Gospel Believers Fellowship in Kenya

Please continue to join me in praying for Pastor Bushebi and the Gospel Believers Fellowship in Kenya:



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Blood, Milk or Both?

There are over 120 ethnic and tribal groups found across Kenya, each with their own rich cultures and mixed heritage. Well known for their unique customs and distinctive clothing, the Maasai people inhabit a significant portion of this east African country, and most people will already recognise certain aspects of their culture. 532 more words