Wednesday came quickly for the team. It was the last day in this location, which meant breakfast with mission partner, Solomon, followed by a five-minute tour of Kazuri Bead Factory, where all products are hand made of clay. Kazuri Beads is a place that hires mostly under-privileged women with children, affording them a salary and insurance.
On the way to the airport, our driver and caretaker, JM, drove us by a giraffe sanctuary...such unique and beautiful creatures! Then it was "until we meet again" with JM, and customs!
Approaching our next destination from the air, you could almost see the fingers of God in the coastal waters of Lake Victoria. The team landed and drove an hour through familiar looking vendor-lined streets before reaching hill-top accommodations. As the call to prayer from the nearby mosque could be heard at dinner, it was apparent there was much work awaiting those who love Jesus and have a heart for the people of Africa. Thursday, we begin again.