Prayers for Rio

Some have inquired how they can pray for us while we are in Brazil so we have compiled this list so that you can touch and agree with us that God’s will be done! These are two scriptures we are claiming for the team and trip to Rio: “I took you from the ends of the…

A Word from BW

Time is drawing near to depart for Rio.  Passports and visas are in hand.  Players have finished summer school and summer camps.  All are now with family until August 1st when we gather for a final meeting time and instructions for a trip to the airport and our overnight journey to Brazil.  Coaches are spending…

Preparations are Underway!

The Belmont Women’s Basketball team took a small break from their busy summer workout schedule to come together and begin their mental and spiritual preparations for their mission trip to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in August. The meeting took place at the home of the Lanny and Brenda Holmes. The couple has been long-time supporters…

Soccer and Safari

The last couple of days has been full of work, fun and sightseeing. On Tuesday, the group worked int he garden at the local high school and played a big game of soccer with the students. Then, on Wednesday, they spent some time at one of the Streets of Hope homes , planting trees and…

Work and Fun in Nakuru

Sorry for the delay in posting on the blog, there has been some internet issues. For the past few days, the Belmont group of student-athletes and administrators have been working around the Nakuru area. On Saturday and Sunday, the group worked at the Children’s Home operated by Street of Hope, playing and speaking with the…

Day 6

Hey guys! Burton and LT here telling you about the events of day 6 in Kenya.   Today we woke up at the crack of dawn to the sound of an actual rooster crow outside of our windows and only 5 new mosquito bites. If you were curious I (LT) currently have 18 mosquito bites.…

Church and Radio

By: Kyle and Elliot Hey everyone, we missed yesterday, so today the blog will recap the past two days. On Saturday, the day began with a program put on by the boys of Section 58, Naka, and some of the older boys. Each of the groups danced, sang, and did it all with beautiful smiles…