That story starts in 1992 when the first African based LTS (Leadership Training School) was held in Nairobi. Over 200 students attended. The students lived in temporary structures which were built for the LTS. The biggest structure was the lecture hall, which also served as Dining Hall. It was done in YWAM style: “Train as you build”.
Some weeks past, we mentioned the single guys getting ready to occupy the bush house – we’re glad to say that it’s now been 19 days; the guys are in and the place is lit!
Arriving just a few days apart, we were delighted to finally receive Naomi and the Barbosa Family as they joined the staff at YWAM Athi River
It took about 2 hours for Petro & Grace to arrive at Athi River Base, from Nairobi, for their first visit since they landed in Kenya to pioneer a university ministry.
We lived in one as a couple.
To be honest, they were very small, but with a little homey touch, those few square meters became so cozy!
We affectionately called our little houses “tabernacles”.
“You have been our family and do remain our family even when we’re out there.
Thank you for the time we’ve been here together.”
Do you dare to get out of your comfort zone? Do you dare to follow Christ wherever He takes you? […]
The following video will give you a great impression of God’s beautiful creation that is surrounding our base. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fH-J6Beasew[/embedyt]