Voice of Hope Ontario - March 2019 | Hungry For Life

February 2019: ,

In March, Voice of Hope headed back to Kakamega, Kenya with a team from Ontario to continue their partnership with Everlyne and Martha. A team of 8 women led by HFL leader Lauri were involved in women's health and safety teaching, widow visits and compassion projects, Bible distribution, sewing initiatives, and strengthening/encouraging the spiritual growth of these ladies. Several of the ladies traveled ahead of the team to assist in a one-month-long sewing teaching project.

Team Blog:

Sunday, March 17th, 2019


After an unanticipated delay in Frankfurt the Ontario portion of the team is finally up and away.

they make the best of the situation by touring old Frankfurt and enjoying a nice meal. 

Now some are in Zurich and some are in Amsterdam catching another plane home.

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Friday, March 15th, 2019

The Road Home

today the team was up and at ‘em at 5am- packing and moving luggage in time for a 530 breakfast and a 6am departure.

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Thursday, March 14th, 2019


 Thursday morning saw us getting up bright and early; before the sun was up or the birds chirping their mornings song. Most of us had had a fitful night’s sleep and not at all ready to rise.

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Thursday, March 14th, 2019

Last Day in Kakamega

We had a busy day planned for our last day in the Kakamega area, but we were still able to squeeze in a little extra fun/culture!

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Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

A walk in the forest, a surprise DFG presentation and an evening of organizing

Greetings!   A new day.  This morning we went to Kakamega Nature Forest.  We went on a guided two hour hike.  Many butterflies, various birds, different types of monkeys were observed.  Our guide pointed to many medicinal trees and different types of wood i.e. teak.

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Monday, March 11th, 2019


This morning Helen and Laurie got up bright and early in order to visit a school for chapel and a word of encouragement.

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Sunday, March 10th, 2019


This  morning we worshiped at the IMASAKA Church of God, a very different experience from what we, as sober, reformed people, are used to at home. The congregation is very small.

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