Eldoret is a central city where people come from all over for business and supplies.There are days when it seems like a ghost town and there are days when it is so packed that you cannot move. Tuesday was one of those days when the city was absolutely packed with humanity. That is a real blessing when you are out on the streets witnessing for Christ.
It is a far different atmosphere from the quiet country farm setting where we go house to house in the interior of Western Kenya or on Mt. Elgon. Nevertheless it was an answer to prayer as our hearts desire is to reach as many people as possible with the “Good News”.
While there were hundreds that took time out of their busy schedule to hear God’s Word proclaimed we really needed the power of the Holy Spirit to cut through the noise from vehicles, construction and even mockers. The day was blessed as there were twenty four precious souls who made professions of faith and there were dozens more that I cannot even began to speculate who prayed publicly to receive Christ and whose names we did not get. Only the Lord knows, but time and heaven will eventually reveal the faith of those who accepted Christ on Tuesday.
The day was both blessed and wild.
Ater evangelism we held two Bible studies for those that wanted more teachings and we were also blessed to have the Mayor of Eldoret stop in and thank us for the evangelism efforts we put forth in her town.
Sunday, we attended one of our
Chuck & Terry Fernandez
Mt. Elgon and Western Kenya