Baylor Sports Ministry 2010



7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Bruce Warren Class 77 on April 28, 2010 at 7:25 AM

    I will remember you and pray for you when you are in Nairobi. I am going with a team on medical mission and we will be in Nairobi on June 13th. We will be in Kenya until June 30th. In 2008 we treated over 5,000 patients. We hope to treat even more. God bless.


  2. Posted by joy robb on May 19, 2010 at 7:56 PM

    What a fun group! Enjoy yourselves and know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers!
    Jordan, it was great to see your smiling face!
    Love you! Ashley and Joy


  3. Posted by Tanna on May 20, 2010 at 9:00 AM

    AAHHHHHHH!!!! I’m so happy ya’ll made it there safely…it sounds like ya’ll got to experience just a little taste of what we go through each month trying to travel from country to country…it’s craziness! I’m so excited for what ya’ll will experience these next couple of weeks. I can’t wait to read about all your experiences and I’ve already enjoyed MJ’s poetry…which I’ve missed so much!! There is such huge potential with the things ya’ll are doing with Walter and even with each other. Please take all of it in!! The two weeks goes by crazy fast and you’re left aching for more. Heck, I’ve been out here for 5 months and it feels like 2 weeks! I encourage all of you to pray BIG prayers while ya’ll are there and allow God to do BIG things…He will! Be bold and step out of your comfort zone any chance you get…you never know the life you can impact by just starting a conversation. I love all of you soooo much and our team is praying for all of you. Keep writing!!
    Love, Coach Tanna/Tanna Tanna 🙂


  4. Posted by Dick & Bobbie on May 23, 2010 at 10:06 PM

    You all are at the midpoint of your mission and have already accomplished more than we could ever dream. Our prayers have been answered in so many ways. We will continue to pray that the remainder will be even more rewarding. Melissa, there ought to be a place in Armstrong Browning for your poem.

    Dick & Bobbie


  5. Thanks for coming to Kenya and doing whatever you did however little it tells me that While you are earning your daily bread, you are ready to share a slice with those less fortunate. You are so caring and Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. Thanks for thinking about us,God bless you , Mary player


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