Christian Missionary Feilowship

Perry & Connie
Shuart
KENY
July 1991
My how time flies!
It seems like only a short
time ago we were preparing
to make our first trip to
Africa, now we are making
preparations for our second
tour of duty. Much has
happened in these few short
years.
P.O. Box 57
Namanga, Kenya
EAST AFRICA
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We saw our sons grow from
adolescence into young men.
We watched as Phil
graduated from high school
at Rift Valley Academy; now
he is a college student. Tim
is eager to return to Rift
Valley Academy to complete
his high school years.
As we prepare for our
scheduled July 3
departure, we have
mixed feelings. We
carry some sadness
because we will be
leaving Phil behind to
continue with his
college education.
Phil graduates fromRift Valley Academy, July 22,1990.
However, we are
anxious to return to
the work God has
called us to among
the Maasai
tribespeople. We also
know there will be
some other difficult
goodbyes when we
leave here.
We experienced various
disappointments, victories,
illnesses, injuries, recoveries,
growth in churches, growth
in church leaders, growth in
the Kingdom, and growth in
ourselves.
Our furlough time has been
very busy. We have
• had opportunities to
visit with our
supporters;
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Perry, Connie, Phillip, & Tim
• spoken to quite a
number of churches,
Sunday schools, and
Bible study groups;
• been fortunate enough
to be able to sit down
with many of you to
share and pray.
The Lord blessed us, and the
needed funds have come in
for our re-outfitting, to allow
us to return to Kenya. You
have been involved in that
and we say, "Thank You."
These remaining days prior
to our departure are very
hectic; pray for us as we
dismantle our apartment
and pack up for our July 3
departure.
We will arrive in Nairobi,
Kenya, on July 5 and hope
to begin moving our
belongings within a few days
to Ng'atataek. July will be
busy as we will spend much
of the month moving our
belongings from Endoinyo
Erinka to Ng'atataek, and as
we work to get Tim ready for
a new school term at RVA.
And, of course, there will be
the time-consuming process
of getting to know our new
neighbors.
So pray that God will grant
us the strength, the energy,
and the wisdom that we will
be needing in these busy
days and weeks to come.
Most importantly, pray for
God's harvest among the
Maasai.
Your Partners In Christ,
Perry ana Connie Shuart
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