Can a person even GO to Africa without doing a safari?! We can't! And thankfully our missionary friend Dave always schedules a short safari for his teams while they are in Kenya.
My man enjoys raising birds, so when we were in Kenya and Dave took us to the local ostrich farm, it was a bit of a dangerous visit.
The children were awaiting our arrival as our van pulled up outside the Divine Providence Children's Home just a few kilometers from Mahali pa Maisha outside of Kitengela, Kenya.
Probably my favorite ministry time (besides the time I spent with the MpM babies) was our day sharing God's love with the children and women at the Maasai village of Inkiito.
Two of the biggest suitcases that our Sulphur Springs Church mission team schlepped to Kenya were full of rolls of welded wire, generously donated by a friend of Chuck's, to make rabbit hutches.
After stewing around about the possibility of snow delaying our flight to Kenya the last week of March, it turned out to be a lovely day for flying the friendly skies on British Airways.
Water is wildlife's number one need, and in Kenya, where most times of the year water is scarce, waterholes are a hub of animal activity.