Kenya

The Nairobi Standstill – Weekly Inspiring Image

Paul Machira mod­els his run­ning style in the lead up to the 8th an­nual Run for the Bibleless, a fun run in Kenya’s cap­i­tal city, Nairobi. The run was held in March 2015 to raise funds for, and aware­ness of, com­mu­ni­ties

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The Nairobi Standstill – Weekly Inspiring Image

Paul Machira mod­els his run­ning style in the lead up to the 8th an­nual Run for the Bibleless, a fun run in Kenya’s cap­i­tal city, Nairobi. The run was held in March 2015 to raise funds for, and aware­ness of, com­mu­ni­ties

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Beautiful Signs – Weekly Inspiring Image

In September 2014 I spent several days with the Deaf community who work at the DOOR centre in Nairobi, Kenya.  On one of the Sundays I was there, I visited a Deaf church. Mercy Mideva and another woman led worship

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Beautiful Signs – Weekly Inspiring Image

In September 2014 I spent several days with the Deaf community who work at the DOOR centre in Nairobi, Kenya.  On one of the Sundays I was there, I visited a Deaf church. Mercy Mideva and another woman led worship

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Visual Communication – Weekly Inspiring Image

A stern sign on the wall of the production room urges any visitors to be quiet, in all senses of the word. The DOOR Deaf Bible translation and training centre in Nairobi, Kenya currently hosts seven teams of Deaf artists,

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Visual Communication – Weekly Inspiring Image

A stern sign on the wall of the production room urges any visitors to be quiet, in all senses of the word. The DOOR Deaf Bible translation and training centre in Nairobi, Kenya currently hosts seven teams of Deaf artists,

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Kenyan Stories – Weekly Inspiring Image

Ready for a day’s work at sea, a small fleet of boats hug the shoreline of a fishing village in the district of Kilifi, Kenya. Edwyn Kiptinness, a staff member with Wycliffe Africa in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, tells a story

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Kenyan Stories – Weekly Inspiring Image

Ready for a day’s work at sea, a small fleet of boats hug the shoreline of a fishing village in the district of Kilifi, Kenya. Edwyn Kiptinness, a staff member with Wycliffe Africa in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, tells a story

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