Wednesday, August 26, 2015


Our Wonderful Missionaries!

Elder Ntsele,  Elder Orenge,  Elder Hiltbrand,  Elder Ndaba,  Elder Horner

Elder Ndaba, Sister Horner, Elder Ntsele, Elder Orenge, Elder Hiltbrand

Sister Odundo, Sister Muduwa, Elder Orenge, Elder Ntsele. Sister Horner

Elder Ndaba

Elder Orenge

                                                     Sister Odundo & Sister Muduwa

Elder Griffiths and Elder Hiltbrand teaching us how to eat without utinsels.
Ugali is our new spoon.
We were taught just in time to use our new found skill.

Obiko, Elliot, Hiltbrand, Griffiths, Elder Horner, Musulwa, Muduwa, Odundo

Just days before Christmas, Sister Odundo was transferred.  We were so sad to see here go. 
Her response was so typical of her sweet attitude,
"I want to be where the Lord wants me to be!" 

Elder Griffiths and Elder Hiltbrand

That popping handshake

Elder Obiko and Elder Elliot

Sister Muduwa and Sister Musulwa

Sister Muduwa

Sister Musulwa, Sister Chamwadda, Sister Shawiza

Sister Musulwa, Sister Chamwadda

Elder Harding and Elder Anderson

Fishers of Men

Elder Kogo and Elder Harvey love banana bread!
They shared a wonderful tasting coconut with us!

Elder Horner, Elder Harding, Elder Anderson
Sister Horner, Elder Harvey, Elder Kogo
Sister Chamwadda, Sister Shawiza, Sister Musulwa,

Elder Anderson & Elder Williams
Lake Victoria

Elder Wafula & Elder Anderson
Elder Williams, Elder Kogo, & Elder Harvey
Elder and Sister Horner

Elder Wafula, Mario, Angel, Elder Anderson & Elder Kogo
Street Boarding!!
 We were on our way to Zone Conference and stopped to take this picture
 in front of a tea field in Nandi Hills.  Elder Kogo wanted to hold up a
word of wisdom pamphlet but we didn't have one.
We love our wonderful missionaries!

Elder Kogo & Elder Ngabonziza

Casava Root is drying behing Elder Kogo & Elder Ngabonziza

Elder Wafula, Elder Kogo & Elder Ngabonziza
taking the  maize kernals off the cob at Sister Margrets.

Elder Harvey came back to Kisumu for his last transfer.

Welcome to Kisumu Elder Hales!

Elder Hales and Elder Wafula

Elder Kogo & Elder Ngabonziza from Busia
Elder Wafula and Elder Hales from Kisumu

Elders Ngabonziza, Hales, Ado, Mboya & Wafula
Transfers brought our new Elders together so
we celebrated Thanksgiving early while we were all together.

Elder Ado, Wafula & Hales

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Saturday, August 15, 2015

This was the most successful MHH Kisumu Kenya Branch has ever had in terms of the numbers attending, work completed, and missionary opportunities. Members and nonmembers, young and old alike worked together in a united effort to accomplish the task. The Manyatta Peace Market looked different after this successful activity. There was much appreciation expressed by the residents, vendors and Opinion Leaders as well!

Our awesome hardworking Missionaries
Elder Wafula, Elder Anderson and Elder Kogo.

The Manyatta slum is home to 
many of our Kisumu Branch Members. 

There were many missionary opportunities!

President Okila with the Opinion Leaders.
(Political Leaders of this community)

These are a few pictures showing what is sold
in this market area. This little girl loved having her picture taken!

Omena (tiny fish) are daily harvested from Lake Victoria.
They are put on the mats to dry.

We had more than 130 volunteers.
Many Helping Hands make light work!