Showing posts from January, 2012

More Updates From Kenya

The following are updates from Bro. Madory over the last week:

"The Medical Mission Outreach Team is AMAZING! The kindness, generosity, and sacrifice of all the team members was an amazing site to see. God used them to treat 2000 people with different illnesses. We also saw over 60 people trust Christ as Savior during the Medical Camps. Bwana Asifiwe!"

"We ordained 2 national pastors yesterday in an afternoon Ordination Ceremony. Pastor Peter Mbugua and Pastor Ephraim Olusi are ordained ministers of the Gospel. Pastor Greg Hawn preached the charge. One Kenyan deaf man that attended the ordination service accept Christ as Savior after the service. WOW! and AMEN!"

"Yesterday, we had our highest attendance at KBC (even higher than Friend Day). The day was filled with testimonies of what God did through the MMO Team, the Hawns, and the KBC volunteers. Many first time visitors were there to see this Karen Baptist Church they had heard so much about during the medical…

Medical Missions Outreach in Kenya

I would like to share with you about a Medical Missions Outreach team that is in Kenya with the Madory's right now. I would ask that you pray for them as they are there ministering to the people and being an encouragement to our missionaries. I have been following the news from some of the people that are there right now and am including those post below along with a few pictures from the team. If you would like more information about this ministry please visit their website here and you can also follow them on Facebook at Medical Missions Outreach. (pictures below are from Medical Missions Outreach facebook page - check out the rest of the album here)
"The whole team is in Kenya safe and sound! Came to Amboseli for a safari yesterday and have enjoyed seeing the beauty of God's creation! Pictures coming soon!"  "Today is the first day of clinic for our team. Please pray for us as we minister to the people here, and try to be a blessing to this church. Also, pray…