When traveling in Africa, owing to the hospitality of the people, they always do their best to welcome you and make you feel special. Many times, depending on the occasions or the place, that may also include a special number. This is a video of one such occasion as we visite3d our Risen Scepter, Excellent Care Centre School , in the Mathare slum, Nairobi, Kenya
Rejoicing before the Lord, our Amani brothers and sisters display an exuberance rarely seen in the western church. This worship is genuine, uninhibited and sincere; unaffected by what others might call difficult circumstances. This is because these saints of God value what is important rather than what is passing away.
Shot this on our Risen Scepter 2011 trip to Africa. This short video has scenes from two different classrooms. In the first, Pastor George Ochieng encourages the children concerning their value to God, and worth to others, telling them their lives can be without limit. In the second class it is a meeting of the school’s bible club. The students start off with a memory verse and then recite a poem on aids awareness.
One of the primary sources of industry in Homa Bay Kenya, because of its proximity to the water is fishing. You can always expect to enjoy a meal of freshly caught fish when visiting the area. This short video highlights the pier and bay area of Homa Bay, Kenya. You can see for this view of the busy location the industry and culture of the people.
Taking some time off from teaching a pastor's seminar in Rodriguez, Rizal, Philippines, myself and my guardian angel Rommel Villanueva took a walk through the local market. Rommel is an officer in the Philippine army and had asked his commander if he might have some time off to protect me, to which his commanding officer replied,