Anyone who has experience African hospitality knows how open and passionate the people of Africa are. This makes it all the more painful when surrounded by people fighting for sheer survival on a daily basis: against hunger and poverty, political instability and aids. Especially in the poorest areas of Africa, such as in northern Kenya near the Horn of Africa where the majority of the population lives under the poverty level. This results in violence, prostitution, drug and alcohol abuse, robberies, and theft of livestock and food. Minorities, especially women, are discriminated against and oppressed. Anyone who wants to help people in eastern Africa to gain a new perspective in life will have his hands full. The huge need desperately cries out for solutions.
Without God and His intervention, many of the outreaches and ministry endeavors would be just a drop of water on a hot stone. With Him, life and hope can grow.
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,