An African tribe, known as the Maasai, has been living as nomads in a remote part of Kenya for centuries. This tribe has little connection with the outside world and is steeped in traditional beliefs and spiritual darkness. Drunkenness, witchcraft, and child marriage are common.

Wanting to bring Jesus to this tribe, CAM staff in Kenya recently distributed Bible story books as a way to introduce the Bible. Although many cannot read, the beautiful illustrations speak the story of God’s love. Please pray that the simple truths of the Bible story books will shed a ray of light to this people group whom Jesus loves.


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