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One Leg for 25 Souls

  • ECD-map-2019
    Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A print-ready version of the East-Central Africa Division map for fourth quarter 2019, with the Thirteenth Sabbath projects. Download the related youth and adult Mission magazine at the link: https://am.adventistmission.org/mq-adult Download the related Children's Mission magazine at the link: https://am.adventistmission.org/mq-children
  • Hospital APC_1075
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    The future construction site of Kisumu Adventist Hospital in Kisumu, Kenya. The Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in fourth quarter 2019 will help fund the hospital project. The hospital will be located on a 12-acre (5-hectare) plot of land with Victory Seventh-day Adventist Church, with 6,000 seats on two floors, and a publishing building.
  • hospital APC_1269
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    Samuel Otieno Misiani, left, president of West Kenya Union Conference, showing an artist's depiction of Kisumu Adventist Hospital, a Thirteenth Sabbath project that will receive funding from the offering collected in fourth quarter 2019, to Noah Musema, right, director of the Sabbath School and Personal Ministries department of the East-Central Africa Division, during a meeting in Misiani's office in Kisumu, Kenya.
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1324
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    The neighborhood around the home of Phylis Odindo in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1318
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    The neighborhood around the home of Phylis Odindo in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1327
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    A butcher's shop named "Hi-Tech Butchery" standing on a street in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018.
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1285
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    Phylis Odindo, 45, standing at the entrance of her home in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1315
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    Neighbors preparing a meal near the home of Phylis Odindo in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1306
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    Phylis Odindo, 45, standing at the entrance of her home in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1296
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    Phylis Odindo, 45, standing at the entrance of her home in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1312
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    Phylis Odindo, 45, standing at the entrance of her home in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1291
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    Phylis Odindo, 45, standing at the entrance of her home in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”
  • Phylis Odindo APC_1282
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission story
    Phylis Odindo, 45, standing at the entrance of her home in Kisumu, Kenya, in August 2018. Twenty-five people have been baptized since Phylis lost her leg, and Phylis thinks that is a wonderful exchange. “I praise God that my son has come back to church because of the amputation,” she said. “I may only have one leg, but it has brought many spiritual benefits to me and my family. It also has brought 25 people to God.”