Greetings from Kenya!
We wanted to give everyone an update about the Koinonia AIM Leadership meetings that ended a short time ago. First, thank you SO much for praying and lifting up this vital time for the 150 AIM leaders. It was wonderful and powerful time together. I heard so many positive reports and feedback after this gathering. How rare and unique is it that so many leaders from around the globe can gather and hear from each other and the Lord. I’m very encouraged and sense new invigorating changes happening inside AIM and amongst our African ministry partnership. Praise the Father with us that His servants were encouraged, challenged, and left the gathering with renewed passion and purpose for their ministry and leadership roles.
Last week Rod received notification from the International Coaching Federation (ICF), that they have recognized and awarded him the next level as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC). This is something he has been working towards since 2014, so it feels like a significant milestone. Praise the Father with us, as we watch how the Lord will further use these skills and abilities He has given, to ennoble His people around the globe.
Next week on Wednesday (Feb.28th), Rod will undergo a double hernia operation here at the Kijabe hospital located just 5 minutes from our home. This is not an emergency operation but one that is required. Rod will stay at the hospital overnight and then return home to rest on Thursday. According to Google , the recovery time is 3 weeks for a single hernia operation. We are not quite sure what that means for a double hernia operation. Regardless, we would appreciate your prayers for the medical surgeon, the operation process here in Kenya, and for a swift recovery afterwards.
Thanks for standing with us in Praise & Prayer!
Rod & Lori Kraybill