Monday's visit to Kachini was amazing in the overwhelming welcome we got. Apparently, the Bishop had never visited this church before and so the welcome was ecstatic to say the least. We were embraced like long-lost cousins and the people of the other religion had turned out also to see what was going on. We had an amazing number of people healed of painful conditions and I prayed for a woman who was infertile and depressed because of it. She was the third wife and barren, so life did not seem worth living to her. The smile on her face after the prayer made the journey worthwhile. Both religions were represented in the people who were healed, so we are very thrilled.
Tuesday was a rest day - we went to see the Kondoa Spring. Now today we visited Kikore and there were about 25 people who attended a simple service of prayer and preaching. THey were very pleased that we had brought 8 Swahili Bibles.
I am hoping that the increased activity in my large intestine does not herald a night sitting above porcelain. :-/
This photo shows me wearing the Kondoa Mother's Union blouse I made.