King David

Travelblog

April 2018

What a fantastic trip, God released the funds for a boat!  The boat will be used during the day for transporting people and goods, and at night for fishing.  A portion of the profits will go to the school to support the orphans. About 8 men will get employment.  Absolutely delighted with this major blessing from the Lord.  I also nearly ran out of money whilst I was on the Island and then looked in my purse just before I left, and indeed I saw a miracle as there was money in there.  God is doing amazing things and I give Him all the glory.

 

March 2018

Hi, the weeks seem to be flying by and currently getting ready for my 20th Kenyan trip, back to the island and visiting the 58 children at the school.  Last time I was there I spent all my time on the island fasting, and only ate after 5 days just as I was leaving.  It was a difficult trip.  I wondered why I didn't get much expenses money and realise now it was because we weren't eating much.  So this trip is about pressing in to see God release signs and wonders.  I'm to keep a journal whilst I am there and will update you on my return.

January 2018

Getting ready for my 19 trip to Kenya and heading out on to a remote island in Lake Victoria.  Trying to pack small and still have things that are useful with me.  The island has no power, so I'm taking a solar panel phone charger this time to see how it goes, will feed back to you on that.  Hoping to do lots of video as well which I will be putting up on the video blog page.  Will keep you posted.  The main reason is to visit the 57 children on the island who attend the Solid Rock Outreach Academy school.  

 

January 2018

Currently in Japan at a place called Osaka.  Visiting family and a few of the sights.  It's a good time to come as in the summer the humidity can go up to 100 percent.  We have had many cold days but the sun has been out and has been very pleasant.  Also it's not overly busy, by British standards, it's still packed, but there were seats on the trains.  The train system here is excellent, frequent and extensive.  They have also started putting messages out in English, and the signs are now in English too.  They are getting ready for hosting the Olympics so makes things much easier.  The people are quiet and reserved and I like that.  The Christian population is only about 1 percent and there are very few churches here.  But Australia have sent over missionaries and planted churches here which are conducted in English and Japanese.

Had an amazing time in Japan, what an interesting culture.  I was going to call it diverse but had to re-think that one.  It's so different to what I am used to here, but the people seemed lovely.  I am already fluent in the use of chopsticks but if you have trouble with them I found this handy set to carry in my bag.  Obviously you need to put it in with your hold luggage, but a useful cutlery set all the same, which even has a set of chopsticks!