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Talent Trust Consultants

September 12, 2014 – 11:44 pm | No Comment

Friends, Talent Trust are an awesome company. They provide health insurance for missionaries and short term church missions trips, and they have now insured all four of the En-kata Choir tours across North America.
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White Rock Life Church, Surrey, BC

September 22, 2014 – 7:17 am | No Comment

White Rock Christian Academy learned how to kill a lion the Maasai way on September 19th when we visited them in the morning. That evening we returned to sing at the White Rock Life Church.

Next stop: Vancouver Island.  But before we leave….a huge thank you to the Takeda Family who hosted us this week! Thank you also to Ingrid, Jamie and Talia, as well as Mike and Sandra Gorman for sharing their home with us.

Jeremy and Isack

Jeremy and Isack at the White Rock Life Church

Singing

Yona roaring like a lion!

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White Rock Life Church

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Friends forever

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Isack : “What are these sticks for? For disciplining the children?”

 

First stop: Northwood Alliance Church, Blaine, WA

September 20, 2014 – 2:12 am | No Comment
First stop: Northwood Alliance Church, Blaine, WA

Here is how it went: Sunday, September 16th. A 6-hour drive from Arusha, Tanzania to Nairobi, Kenya to catch our flight to Vancouver. We boarded our plane and waited patiently for 2 hours until it was …

Temple of God Church, San Antonio, TX

September 19, 2014 – 6:04 pm | No Comment
Temple of God Church, San Antonio, TX

Last night we shared fellowship with the Temple of God Church in San Antonio, Texas. The Van Ronks put on a wonderful Tanzanian spread with all the Maasai’s favourite foods (pilau, supu, chapati and ugali). It was …

IBC, San Antonio, TX

September 18, 2014 – 8:17 pm | No Comment
IBC, San Antonio, TX

This week we are being hosted by International Bible Church (IBC), San Antonio, Texas. It has been great to have the run of the dormitories, cooking some Maasai meals and taking care of some logistical …

Milk Glorious Milk!

September 17, 2014 – 10:58 pm | No Comment
Milk Glorious Milk!

 
 
While catering for us at Jordan Ranch, Mik caught on to just how much the Maasai were missing their herds, so he organised a quick trip to Stryk Jersey Farm where we stood and  ‘filled our eyes …

Week 1: PowerHouse Church

September 17, 2014 – 10:46 pm | No Comment
Week 1: PowerHouse Church

And so it begins! We landed at Houston airport in Texas on Thursday, with all our luggage in tow. Praise God! After a joyous reunion with Morgan, our Canadian recruit for this leg of our …

Why Such Fear Promo Pack

July 10, 2014 – 12:59 pm | No Comment

Hi! Thanks for your interest in hosting the En-kata Maasai Choir this fall on our 2014 Why Such Fear tour! If you are looking for ways to promote the choir, here are some resources to …

Huron Chapel

November 4, 2012 – 3:29 pm | No Comment
Huron Chapel

On Thursday we arrived in Auburn. Our wonderful hostess Annie took us for a walk that afternoon; we had only just reached the bridge when the heavens brought down a torrent of rain on our …

Preston High School

November 3, 2012 – 3:09 pm | No Comment
Preston High School

Tuesday saw us at Preston High School. Laura was able to organise for several classes to spend time with the choir. Our first stop was the combined Global Studies class and Christian Club students. We …

Brant Community Church, Ontario, Canada

November 2, 2012 – 3:01 pm | No Comment
Brant Community Church, Ontario, Canada

Monday evening the Maasai sang at Laura and Philip’s home church, Brant Community Church. They treated us to a wonderful dinner complete with a cake with bright green, purple, blue and orange icing.

Parkway Public School

November 1, 2012 – 3:01 pm | No Comment
Parkway Public School

On Monday we had a great time with the students at Parkway Public School. The gym was all decked out in preparation for our arrival with beautiful artwork depicting Maasai shields and shanga (beadwork).