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Come Travel and do mission work in Kenya Africa - - - Sunday February 17, 2013 - through - Thursday February 28, 2013

                                                        Trip Briefing



  • If you get your Visa after January 1st, you must pick it up yourself.
  • You must see your doctor for malaria pills before you can travel.  You need a total of seven 250mg pills: take one pill on the Monday before we leave, bring one pill with you to Africa to take on the Monday while in the country, and the final five pills should be taken on Monday after your return from Africa.
  • Leave a copy of your passport at home and tell someone where it is.
  • Bring a small calculator to keep with you at all times.
  • Be prepared for the experience of a lifetime!


Money Matters

  • Money to be exchanged must be 2005 bills or newer and must be free from nicks or tears.  Damaged bills and bills minted before 2005 will not be accepted for exchange.
  • The best exchange rates are applicable to $100 bills only.  Anything smaller than a $100 bill (i.e. $50, $20 bills) will not receive top dollar.
  • Bring spending money for shopping and sampling the Kenyan cuisine.


Luggage, Clothing & What To Pack

  • Be sure to check the current TSA regulations on what and how to pack.  Some common items may be prohibited in carry-on luggage.
  • Your carry-on luggage should have wheels for the long walks through the airports.
  • Pack a light jacket or sweater in your carry-on bag.
  • Wear comfortable shoes. You may also want to bring a pair of sandals.
  • Bring an empty travel bag.  We will be leaving on Monday, February 18 we will fly to Masai Mara for an overnight stay and Safari.  You can leave your primary luggage at the hotel and will only need to bring and overnight bag to the Safari.
  • Dress for a warm and tropical climate.  In February the temperature is about 74 to 80 degrees.
  • Bring your camera and plenty of film.  Kenya is a beautiful place and the people are warm and treat visitors with great respect.
  • Please do not over pack.  For this trip you may bring one carry on bag and two large piece of luggage up to 50lbs. each.
  • There will be two eight hour flights in the journey to the African continent.  For your comfort and convenience, your carry on bag should have:

√  Appropriate toiletries (including a toothbrush and toothpaste)

√  Portable CD player and/or DVD player

√  Sleeping pills (if needed)

√  Hand sanitizer and hand wipes

Remember to bring only the TSA approved items.


What To Expect In Kenya

  • Shopping in Kenya is an adventure.  At most shops you are expected to negotiate prices.
  • Most ATM cards work in Africa
  • Men, please do not bring shorts with you.  Kenyan men do not wear shorts.
  • Women, dresses are required for ministry (preaching and teaching).  However, pants are allowed when traveling and sightseeing.
  • Keep your passport with you at all times.
  • Never leave valuables unattended in your hotel room.
  • When we visit the village of Mwimutoni the elders and orphans will come out to meet us and we will have lunch with them.
  • There are some locations that we will visit where not running water or indoor plumbing of any kind is available.  These areas will have only outdoor toilets.  Everyone needs to bring hand sanitizer, and women should prepare small bags containing tissue and wipes for each day of our trip.
  • Do not drink the water, do not brush your teeth with the water, and do not buy Kenyan mineral water.  Only bottled water, which we will buy there, is acceptable for use and consumption.


Our Ministry

  • Our first 5 days are dedicated to ministry.  We will hit the ground running and not waste any time.
  • The people expect you to pray for them.  Be prepared for God to do miracles like you have never seen before.
  • You will have an interpreter with you when you are preaching or teaching.
  • A simple, plain message of the Gospel delivered with passion and compassion is the best way to reach the African people.


Things You Can Look Forward To

  • Having the time of your life!
  • Ministering to people in need
  • Being welcomed as a V.I.P.
  • Meeting people and developing life long friendships
  • Being used by God to bless people with your presence and prayer.
  • Enjoying the Kenyan food and hospitality, shopping and sightseeing
  • Seeing God perform miracles right before your eyes
  • Seeing the most beautiful people and country anywhere on God’s green earth


Personal Safety Tips

  • Remain in groups of at least 2 people, having a group member or any official escort approved by Pastor Duncan or Pastor Henson.
  • Do not display any large sums of money
  • When we are on Safari please do not leave the vehichle
  • Do not leave your personal items or valuables in the hotel room
  • Keep your passport with you at all times
  • Make sure that your electrical items say 240v to 120 v