June 17, 2016

Since arriving in Kenya, there have been numerous new doors to walk through and experiences placed on the roads before us as a group and myself individually. One which has led to the recent discovery is that I am not a fan of bargaining. Shopping here is not my specialty nor do I enjoy it with passion. A good number of the small business owners met the past few weeks have been eager to have us see their shops and buy all we can. After all when you are a 'mazungu', I suppose many assume you have tons of luggage space to hall items back as well as the money to do so. Rightly so, most Americas did start this often accurate assumption. But that is another topic of what has been introduced and influenced f...

June 10, 2016

It was on our first whole day in Sipili that our team was to have our fist good understanding and taste of aspects of life of many living in East Africa and especially in the villages. It began on the roads to Sipili outside of a town called Nyahururu. We had just finished a long day of holding our ministry clinics and crusades. There were about 10 of us in each Matatu(bus) and we would be traveling what is normally 1.5 hours but not this evening. We were about to be totally emerged and submersed when it began to poor down probably the heaviest rain I had ever seen. The roads became mud, no they became red clay and it took us 4.5 hours to reach our lodging that night. This continued to be the ride for...

June 3, 2016

Have 3 weeks really passed since leaving LAX to head to Kenya? I left 3 weeks ago starting out for 2 weeks with a team of 18 students and graduates from Life Pacific college whom most I had never met, joining as well were a few of us from other church homes. It's still far too soon to make sense and believe that 3 weeks have passed since arriving. With much still being processed and reflected on as well as continually learning and growing with each day from all that was experienced and seen, I am challenged as to where to begin. Wifi and Internet is extremely limited and scarce here and what ideally would have been a weekly blog has been delayed. That said, I feel the most understandable and suitable...

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My name is Lacey, 26 years old and live in Southen California. Fueled by a passion for God, heart for others and call to live as Jesus lived, to love what Jesus loves, and treasure what Jesus treasures, I believe our lives greatest adventure is found in serving Him and eachother. My greatest mission is to live life intentionally, keeping love as the primary objective, greatest ambition and ultimate purpose. My hope is that every individual be empowered to live in their true idenity and live out their God given purpose where I believe and have discovered is where our ultimate freedom and worth is found.


"Until we know Jesus, God is merely a concept, and we can't have faith in Him. But once we hear Jesus say, "He who has seen Me has seen the Father" (John 14:9) we immediately have something that is real, and our faith is limitless…"


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