YOUR HAIR IS NOT LIKE MINE

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When my husband, Rick went to Kisii, Kenya, the children were intrigued by his hair and they all wanted to touch it.  Even though he doesn’t have much, his silky hair was not like anything they had ever seen or felt.  Rick loves kids and they understood they could get permission to touch.  Every time they saw him, they would hold up a hand in greeting, indicating they wanted him to bend down so they could touch again.  Something as simple as hair can break through any language barrier.

HAIR CLIPS AND SHARE EVANGELISM

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Our co-worker, Mercy Magbanua, traveled from her home in the Philippines to Kisii, Kenya, to teach SHARE Evangelism.  You may have “met” Mercy in other blogs on this site.  Mercy taught the conference delegates how to use livelihood skills training for evangelism.  In this case she taught them how to make hair clips–including a special trick using a candle.  Even the men got involved in this project.  Men won’t wear the hair clips, but they could make them for sale, thereby increasing their family income.  If you want more information, please contact me.