When people return from a Christian mission trip they don't talk about how much they blessed the people they served. They talk of how they benefited from going.
When our daughter was in school one of her teachers told her that she has a heart for missions. And she does. I have always liked the expression:
"a heart for missions"
You have a heart, a talent, for something.
What you are passionate about- hopeful for.
In missions this can be anything from
With Kenya Relief it has been a long term project. There has been continuous work
In 2008 Five teams from Kenya Relief traveled to Kenya on Christian Mission trips. (Some 95 people)Some of the trips were medical missions. Some teams worked with education and the local schools. Some went to run a 'Vacation Bible School'... and some individuals went to visit a child they sponsor.
In 2009 About 150 people traveled to Kenya and worked with Kenya Relief. Trips for 2010 are complete. I'm thinking close to 200 people went on a mission trip and safari.
You can find the tentative schedule for 2012 Here
If You're interested in going on a trip you can Contact Steve James by email sjamesatkenyareliefdotorg and
If you'd like to know more about what the trips are like,
You can find out by filling out the form below.
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