Section: Golf

2017 Teams: Golf Kenya 2018

Golf - Kenya

Day 10 | Golf and Debrief

The team was thankful for another opportunity to play the beautiful course of Royal Nairobi. It’s been encouraging to see AIA’s relationship with members at Royal Nairobi deepen. These gorwing relationships are enabling local AIA rep, David Nyamu, to continue and expand his scope of ministry in and around Nairobi. We’re so thankful for the connections our team has made and we’re going to miss our new Kenyan friends as we return to the US tomorrow.

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In this short clip we had the opportunity to present and give multiple caddies golf equipment to further them in their enjoyment of golf. In Kenya equipment is expensive and scarce, so the caddies were grateful. The team met late tonight for a time of debriefing. We each shared what the Lord taught us on this trip and ways we saw Jesus through others. Also taking time to affirm and encourage these thoughts and feelings. This was an amazing couple of hours to reflect and asses the past 10 days.
The team has been so unified, willing, and servant minded. Allowing for likemindedness and greater effectiveness in ministry. We’re thankful that we have meshed well and have been able to be active participants in what God is accomplishing in Kenya.
Be on the lookout for a post with multiple pictures and videos capturing the past 10 days of serving, sharing, giving, and loving! Please continue to pray, the trip isn’t over, we have a few things planned tomorrow!

2018 Kenya Golf Project:
Our team of seven golfers hopes to use the platform of golf to further God’s kingdom in Nairobi, Kenya!

~ Jacob for the Team

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