When we Moi hunt, we often take our whole family along. So on this particular hunting trip, I took my wife, our baby girl, our 4 year old daughter, plus my wife’s sister and her husband. We left here. We walked till we got to the Dagea river. After we hiked a ways, I said, […]
Why would we be sad…. The other day I was jogging on the airstrip, and three little girls joined me. As I was huffing and puffing to keep up, Adopo (far left) says, “Keoi (Moi language doesn’t have r’s or l’s so my name sounds a bit different here), do you realize all three of […]
Emma Grace lived with us for a short time back in 2009 until her parents promised not to try to kill her again. In this post hear Emma leading a group of her peers in a song she about her salvation.
Learning the Moi language and culture, building deep friendships with the Moi, helping them medically, and living amongst them have all been what keep our days busy in Moi.
Carolyn homeschools, teaches the Moi literacy, and enjoys interacting with the Moi ladies whenever she can.
We are privileged to have two wonderful families as coworkers. Rich and Karen Brown come from Dayton, Ohio. They fill ...