• Facebook

    Posted on July 27, 2011 by in Uncategorized

    Hey everyone, we have been busy lately with a team from Texas. I’ve been putting a lot of updates and pictures on Facebook since it is quicker than blogging. Check out our page, www.facebook.com/a2africa.

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    My Parents Came to Visit

    Posted on July 17, 2011 by in By Andrew

    (Click on the photo albums to see more pictures. If these aren’t enough, there are more on our facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/a2africa) My (Andrew’s) parents came to visit in May. We had a wonderful time! I am blessed to be able to say that my parents are probably the biggest supporters of our ministry (I am […]

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    My 1st Kenyan wedding…

    Posted on July 3, 2011 by in By Abby

    I was able to experience my 1st Kenyan wedding yesterday!  It was a lot of fun, and SO different than American weddings. First of all, the bride and groom have actually already been married for about 10 years, and they have two children. They just never had a ceremony.  They recently decided they wanted to […]

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    2 YEARS BABY!!

    Posted on June 26, 2011 by in By Abby, Uncategorized

    Today is a very exciting day….our 2 year anniversary! I think this officially means we are no longer newlyweds. (Hint, hint…no more calling us newlyweds!!!)  🙂 God has been so good to us and brought us through a lot in these 2 years.  I am thankful for everything he has done through us and is […]

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    Movie night.

    Posted on June 22, 2011 by in By Abby

    Tonight was a blast! Andrew is planning for a trip out west next week, and he needs to bring a projector to show the Jesus film.  He wanted to test it out before he leaves. So, we decided to have a movie night outside, and invite all the neighborhood kids. We put out some sheets […]

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    Tin Roof Society

    Posted on June 17, 2011 by in By Abby

    Wow, it has been way too long since we have blogged.  Please forgive us!  We have been extremely busy the past month, but we do plan on catching you up. Andrew’s parents came to visit from May 21st-June 7th. We had such a great time with them. Not only did we do lots of fun […]

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    A Village Experience

    Posted on May 11, 2011 by in By Abby

    We traveled to Laisamis this past weekend to visit a village of new believers and check up on some orphans that are living there.  It was my first time ever going to a remote village.  It was really an incredible experience. I am still processing my thoughts on it all.  To be honest, my thoughts […]

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    It’s Been Awhile

    Posted on May 9, 2011 by in Uncategorized

    It has been a little while since our last post so I figured I’d give a quick update: Abby and I have been busy in Nairobi the past couple weeks. We made the trip for a number of reasons. First we visited Ed and Kelli Compean. They took us to a giant garage sale at […]

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    The Timothy Initiative (TTI)

    Posted on April 12, 2011 by in By Andrew

    After the medical team departed we had another guest in Kenya. Pastor David Nelms, the senior pastor of our sending church (Grace Fellowship in West Palm Beach), was in Kenya! He came with one of the church leaders, Mark Thorpe, to work on details for The Timothy Initiative (TTI). TTI was founded by Pastor David […]

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    The Timau Boys

    Posted on April 10, 2011 by in By Abby

    Andrew and I visited the orphanage out in Timau yesterday.  We have taken on some new responsibilities at the orphanages nearby, and Timau is one of them.  Andrew is handling the finances while I am going to be working with the kids in their schoolwork. April is a holiday month for the kids in Kenya, […]

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