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September 19, 2017- This is not directly related to the KEM/UAEM work, and I am not aware of anything at the moment, but I have been praying for the election situation and felt lead to mention it here. No matter which candidate or party you support, a lot of people will be disappointed and upset whichever way it goes. I have been praying that the new election will be peaceful, that it will be clear to all that it is untainted, and that both parties will be able to accept whatever the will of the people is.  

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem:

“May they prosper who love you.

May peace be within your walls,

and prosperity within your palaces.”

For the sake of my brothers and friends,

I will now say, “May peace be within you.”

For the sake of the house of the Lord our God,

I will seek your good.

Psalm 122:6-9


While Kenya is not Jerusalem, I still think this is an appropriate prayer for these times (and any times).

August 12, 2017– 11:50 PM Pacific Standard Time- Paul Willy, one of the UAEM board members had a stroke a couple of weeks ago. He was doing better and even preaching from his hospital bed. Just got an email from Lois , sent a couple of hours earlier, in which she said

“ Things have gotten very complicated with Paul. Am on my way to the hospital. Keep praying. Blessings, Lois”

August 15, 2017-A brief update on Paul. I got a short email from Lois in which she said he would be getting out of the hospital on Thursday. Nothing more than that about him. The treasurer did relate to me that he has been ill for some time and unable to preach for the mission any longer. She doesn't know how his medical bills will be paid, but she would be happy to pass on any donations for his medical care. The address for that is:


P.O. Box 70575

Henrico, VA 23255


She can also be emailed directly at: suegravino@gmail.com

August 20, 2017 email from Lois, “Thank you for your prayers for Rev. Paul Willy. He is home and recovering.”