Saturday, 1 August 2009


From May 30th to June 6th, 41 volunteers from five churches leaded by Salem Lutheran Church, Tombal, Texas, worked in Kenya with eye and dental clinics. All the equipment and hundreds of glasses were brought in special containers.
A service was held on May 30th, Saturday evening, by Rev. Carlos at Scripture Mission Compound, where they were hosted, before the teams went to 5 different places the day after.

Kevin Pieper, the leader of the group, led the songs. Representatives of the five churches offered the prayers at the service.
Evangelist Sylvester reported at the UHLC Elders Meting: “The Tomball team from Texas has been here with us from the 1st to 5th which was yesterday. They have been running eye clinics in five different regions, Kawangware in Nairobi, Kumpa and Namanga in Kajiado, Gatembe Mitunguu in Meru, Kariti and Kiandae in Kirinyaga and Pangani in Nakuru. They were able to reach over 18,000 persons with the services. The aim of this eye clinics is to evangelize to the masses thus before the treatment and provision of the eye glasses is done when the people are first reached with the word of God using the evangelism cube. We are witnessing many coming to Christ and recommitting themselves to the church. We thank the Tomball -Salem Ministries for this heart of service to the human kind.”
Carol and Jerry were the leaders in Kawangware.
The eye clinic was offered inside the church in Kawangware…
- … and the dental clinic at the back premises, outside…
… and inside.

Local Kenyan doctors joined the volunteers.

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