Hope you enjoyed your Sunday
“There are many plans in a man’s heart, nevertheless the LORD’s counsel — that will stand.”
(Proverbs 19:21, NKJV)
God is strategic. He has laid out an exact plan for our lives right down to the smallest details. He knows the people you need to meet in order to fulfill your destiny. He knows who is going to give you a good break and who is going to put in a good word for you. He knows when someone is going to need to be there to help you out of a difficult time. God has it all figured out. He is not vague or approximate. He is orchestrating your life right down to the very second, causing you to be at the right place at the right time so you can meet the right people that He has ordained before the foundation of the world.
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Hi good friends,
I have been editing the site since morning. To be honest I have tried quite a number of themes but bitterly I haven’t found any that suites my interest.
WordPress really needs to do something to make me happy.
So I had to maintain the original one. ‘home is best’. I removed some features as I added some, which I hope made a difference.
Now, that aside, here is where I need your help guys,
Please using the 5 stars “*****” on top, rate the site considering the following;
2. How Engaging it is
And using the comment section;
a. Give me ideas on what I should add.
b. Examples of themes to use if this one isn’t fit.
c. Any other comments.
Your view counts.
Political critics point a finger at party leader Raila Odinga and his leadership style….
By: Innocent, Work-Study Nakuru
The mood at the Nakuru centre has settled down. It seems like we have become accustomed to each other. I have settled into the lifestyle, and it almost seems like home now. From a Ted Talk night, movie night, a trip to the river, and raffles, this week was filled by many events. This is due to the presence of the numerous volunteers who arrived this week. The influx of people brought with it ideas — great ideas I might add.
This week I substituted a teacher for a life skills class that the kids usually have every week. Considering that I do not have that much life skills or experience, I drew inspiration from others. I chose 3 Ted talks that were pertinent to the kids’ situation. One was by Richard Turere, a young intelligent boy coming from similar contexts as the students. He found a…
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learn that Africa is more than crime and diseases.
Story telling is an art. One that many have become very good at and others, well lets just say there are those who are still trying to get it right. Like any other form of art you need to learn how to share both sides of the coin, create suspense and captivate at the same time. Mine is to show you a different side of Kenya in pictures – by the time you are done maybe you will learn that Africa is more than crime and diseases.
Beautiful Samburu Women in their traditional wear
Girl smiles at the camera covering her mouth, Nanyaza
Young girls in uniforms the school playground
Night shot of Kilimani estate, Nairobi
Zebras at the Mara
Senior warrior seated under a tree looking at the…
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I cannot precisely define love because I’m in a fog and 75% of me does not want to leave here…
The journey to awareness is like mist, sometimes it clears up, sometimes it thickens into a fog. Most people desire to be happy in life. When you ask what happiness is to them, some can describe it as the feeling they get when things work in their favor, others see it wrapped up in a box of chocolate. Some, like my friend, Bill, find happiness in standing beside a maize vendor waiting for a roasted cob of maize after it’s rained. But, is happiness a state? If so, is it constant? If it’s not constant then what happens when we cannot feel it or embrace it?
It is because of this that I experienced the foggy part of awareness. I thought I had everything figured out in a relationship so much so that I could tell when he was about to ask me something about the English Premier League standings…
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On 3/3/2016, Mr. Fred Matiangi, cabinet secretary for Education announced the kcse results.
More than 5000 candidates did not get their results. This was due to irregularities in exam centers.
He apologized to those affected and said they can visit the mtihani house for more information!
The guy behind the keys!