Snippets From our Visit to Tisinye – July 2013

It took a while for the 34 congregants to trickle into the church through a side entrance.  A few minutes into the first message, the main doors swung open. A motorcyclist rode in.  My audience remained calm as the rider skillfully made his way to the rear pew. My attention was soon drawn to his pas
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Stan’s Letter: The real Danger lies Underneath

ONE hundred and one years ago, an unsinkable ship, on its maiden voyage… sank!  On 14th April, 1912, the s.s. Titanic was sailing quietly in the North Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Newfoundland.  Passengers and crew noticed small chunks of ice floating in the water near the ship.  But it was
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Stan’s Letter – Change in Leadership Structure

The composition of the Kenya Leadership Team (KLT) has historically been leaders of Area Ministries and Entities. This structure has served the ministry adequately for years. However, as the ministry has grown numerically and geographically, it has become increasingly impractical to continue expandi
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Stan’s Letter

When the name Nokia is mentioned what comes to mind? Reliable easy-to-use phones. We associate companies with products and services. But the bottom-line of companies is profit. Money. What is the product of The Navigators? What is our service? Our product is people. Matthew 22:37-39 describes to us
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Stan’s Letter

Do you understand your assignment from God? The bible compares the Christian to a farmer, a soldier and, at one point, to an athlete. A farmer knows exactly what he needs to do get a good harvest.  He must plough, harrow, plant, weed and harvest.  But he can’t make the crop to grow.  Only God causes
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