camelsWe started the Mary Okeyo scholarship trips to send young people to Kenya to see the way our partners love their faith in other countries and how they witness to Christ in ways that we cannot “get” unless we see it.  I went on the first of those trip and had the privilege of meeting Pastor Benjamin up in Wamba.  You can see those posts of our trip to Samburu by searching and using those names in the search feature of this blog.

Anyway Pastor Benjamin’s family has camels  and we got to milk them.  Pastor was lately elected to be the General Secretary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Kenya and I consider him to be my friend.  He is receiving reports from John Kissinger about the work and progress of Project 24 and he wrote me a note.

Dear Rev. Bernie Seter 

I greet you in the Name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ . I take this chance to
thank you and the team for welcoming the Project 24 director  mr . John Kissinger .
Kissinger has reported to the Church concerning his meeting with you , we
appreciated  and look forward to receive the coming team on the month of August . My
camel's are okay .Hope to hear from you. 
May God Shower His abundant blessing upon you . 

Yours Servant of Servants . 
Pastor Benjamin Lemosi 

Rev Benjamin Lemosi Learka
General Secretary 
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya