Missionary Stories on Safari
Come on a journey – come on Safari! You’ll discover about what it’s really like to live in Africa. You’ll be more than a tourist as you travel through desert tracks and deep jungle with your trusty four-wheel drive friends. They’re the ones who help you out when you’re struggling through dusty sand banks and forging through muddy rivers. But watch out for the broken axles and burst tires. Landrovers have a hard time getting around in Africa, too!
However, when we arrive at our destination it’s not the cars that get to work but the missionaries. They’re the only ones building clinics, reaching out of the way tribes and helping the helpless as they safari through Kenya with the Word of God. Enjoy the experience of really getting to know a country and find out why the missionaries are there in the first place. They have an important job to do.
About the Author
Lorna Eglin is an AIM missionary in South Africa. Her years in Kenya brought her into contact with many boys and girls from African tribes like the Maasai. Many of the young people she taught while on her own missionary safari in Kenya went on to hold positions of authority in modern Kenya. One became the first Maasai lady doctor.