I suppose by now perhaps I should not be surprised at being amazed, but here I am. Earlier this week, Andrew, Agnes and I visited what they called a "needy" orphanage in the Rift Valley. (Let that sink in for a minute). On the way there, they told me that the children at the Bethel Childten's Centre had heard about this "needy" orphanage and took up a collection of their own clothes to take to the children at this "needy" orphanage. Can you imagine that? This is what Jesus meant when He said "let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven." Matt. 5:16. The light of radical love is shining over here, and the radiance is indeed something to see.
The Jericho Road
This is the blog of Huruma International Ministries. Huruma seeks to fulfill our calling to "go and do likewise" as instructed by Jesus in the parable of the Good Samaritan. The lesson of the Good Samaritan is not about achieving spiritual success through our own efforts. No, what we learn is that we are to give mercy, because we have been given mercy. We are all poor and needy. We are all travelers on the Jericho Road