Painting and Fútbol

By: Dan Today was a very eventful day in Nakuru. However, before we go into the summary of the day, we wanted to share some of our favorite quotes of the day.   “Zoinks!! Nakuru is fun!” –Burton Sampson “Heebee Geebees! I’ve got paint all over my shorts!” – LT “I got the paint in…

Another Day in Kenya

Day 5 By Allie Today in Nakuru, we started off our day at the youngest home. Mwariki is the initial home in which the boys will begin their journey at Street of Hope. The children were quite young and were dealing with quite a bit of adversity being that they were only there for about…

First Taste of Nakuru

Day 4: By Ellie After 4 days of travel, we made it. The route to Nakuru, Kenya entailed a few broken airplanes, a walk through the streets of Amsterdam, roadside packs of wild zebras and baboons, as well as many bumpy roads. But, our first day in Nakuru proved that the wait was well worth…

Arrival in Kenya!

We are here! After a delayed flight in Atlanta resulting in us missing our connecting flight in Amsterdam, we have finally made it to Kenya! We spent Monday night in Amsterdam after landing around 2:30pm, and then departed for Nairobi at 12pm on Tuesday. We landed late last night, cruised through immigration, and spent our…

Church Service in Rio

To celebrate our incredible time in Rio de Janeiro, we wanted to share with you Coach Cam’s message at Pastor Douglas’ church.  We hope you will be blessed by it and share with your friends and family our blog to relive the amazing time we had in Brasil! Thank you for your prayers, kind words…

Reflections from Hannah

The week we spent in Rio was a week I will never forget.  Before we went to Rio, I don’t think anyone was prepared for what we actually went through.  Going into schools and telling the kids about Jesus was priceless.  The reactions these kids had to us was something that will always be engraved…

Reflections from Darby

The reflection that I look at in the mirror today is a much different reflection than what I looked at before I left for Rio.  Not in a physical sense, but all of this change happened in my heart. Going into our trip to Brazil, I really did not know what to expect.  I had…

Reflections from Kylee

Being home the first 24 hours after we returned, my head wouldn’t stop spinning.  Not the bad type of spinning when you have so much to do, but a different type of spinning.  This spinning is joyful because I cannot stop smiling thinking about all the memories made with the people of Rio De Janerio, Brazil…