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Hello Friends of the Kenya Dental Mission Project,
I have received several letters from local friends we met in Kenya on
our trip this past summer. This one is very nice in that it is an
invitation from one of the men who was near where we were but not
exactly in his clinic. You can see that we have made a good impression
from our first dental mission trip and that there is room for more of
the same in the coming year. I wanted to share this with you and to get
you inspired to keep up the prayers, the supply and equipment donations
and the financial donations as we plan the Summer 2002 Kenya Dental
Dr. Bill Williams
Here is his letter:
Hi Dr Williams,
What a wonderful job you are doing here
in Kenya. I came to know your mission and support to us
through a friend who happens to have come across your support
projects in Olmekenyu, and parts of Maasai land.
From there, I decided to know more about this then I got your
e-mail address after accessing the internet.
Personally, I wish to express my sincere gratitude to you, and
to the whole team of ‘Tembea Na Yesu’ in your home
country and wherever they are worldwide. These and more, I
believe will great an amble ground for the revival of the
again, we do need a diversified approach to the challenges,
which faces us, as human beings. Thanks a lot for your thought
to come to our continent to help others to know Christ and
also receive basic necessities like health facilities.
the other hand, much have to be done to support these projects
and others, especially reducing the level of unawareness and
lack of basic knowledge resulting from insufficiency of
information being disseminated through the existing channels
of communication. This, has been the greatest loophole that
has been an hindrance to the success of many support projects
that have been previously initiated by the Missionary and
other good willing friends across the world.
relation to the above, I understand you had an interest to
come up with a media project (Radio station) here in Kenya,
particularly a Christian channel. Being a trained media person
and born again I wish to inform you that, this project is one
of the viable ones, which have not been fully utilized here in
Kenya. Due the freedom of expression and communication
currently advocated for globally, the media has taken it to
publish (print media), or broadcast (electronic media) all
sorts of stuff, in their urge to sell as much as they can to
make themselves richer and richer each day.
Therefore, the general public (Christians) has been left to
suffer in the hands of the merciless journalist, who at all
times sadists to say. Having a Christian channel, gospel
oriented media house for that matter, is a break from the
politically charged news items that dominates the entire
global top news. This will play a major role in restoring hope
for peace in the world, which has been revealed as a chaotic
theatre by people who are out to satisfy their own selfish
believe it is time for the saints to take over and break these
norms and show that they are the body of Christ. Lead from the
front, for the world to follow the good news of Christ and not
war- crimes and other inhuman news items published or
broadcast in these existing stations.
Williams, I wish to let you know that the project will go a
long way in helping us to realize the need to get in touch
with our brethren from all over the word, and even our own
neighbors in Africa, to experience the love of God.
Otherwise, thanks a lot for your contribution in spreading the
gospel to the whole world and also putting up other
life-saving facilities, especially in Olmekenyu and
Maasai land. Also you are very much welcome again to our
country, I do assure you that incase you have a plan to start
the radio project I’ll be grateful for that.
bless you and the whole of ‘Tembea Na Yesu’ fraternity. I do
love you so much.
Hope to hear
Thanks and bye.
William Ole Luka
From: William Ole Luka
P.O. Box 182
Greeting from Abry area of Naikarra, Leskuta and Olkerkesi, Maasi land
Narok District. Thank you very much for your coming to the Narok Leshuta
Dispensary and helping the Maasi removing their teeth. I am a 30 year
old man, Maasai by tribe, working as the managing director of Maasai
Dispensary which is being run by the church which is called Africa
Gospel Church. Our medical program is being supported by the church. It
was too bad that I did not meet you when your team was at
Leskkuta. My staff , Stephen Siriai, told me all about your team and the work you
have done. I am personally thanking you very much for your help. We have
staff who can do some dental work but we do not have instruments. Also,
we really need doctors who can visit and assist this needy one.
We have three dispensaries which are servicing more than 7000 people. We
always get more than 200 patients who need dental care. I stay in
Naikarra Mission station. I feel that the two locations which I am
serving are very needy and also they require the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
I would like you to know me and the work I am doing and the call that
God has called me to do. I like to serve the needy and I will appreciate
your service, too, in this needy community. If you have any plans to
send your team to go outside to serve the needy, please consider
Naikarra, Olderkesi and Leshuta. I will welcome you any time you feel
you will come. If you come to Kenya again, just stop by and say hello
and see what we are doing. You will not have any problem when you come.
I am sending my pictures when I am on my place of work. I am praying so
that you will come and help this need one. They have appreciated the
work you have done at Leschuta. I will be happy to work with you when
you come. Please do not keep quiet. Write to me.
William Ole Luka
William (center left) and his fellow
nurse, Paul Koske (center right) as they sit with two of their
patients in Leschuta, Kenya.
P.O. Box 182
W. B. Williams & Sheila,
Christ's loving greetings. I am saved and love the Lord. He is
my personal savior. You blessed the work of my hands and
healed so many patients and I thank him because that is the
promise from the cross during Jesus' torture.
are you all? Did you travel nicely. I have been praying for
you and I hope you are doing well under the care of the Lord.
I really enjoyed your being in the Dispensary and also in the
church. I also like your teaching. I am using the
instruments you left and succeeding without difficulties. Also
the video was good. People like it because of the translation.
It speaks our language. God bless you all for the good work you
have done. I wish I will be with you when you come again. I really
would like to accompany you when you come again. When will you
be coming again?
also am asking for you prayers and support to have a motorbike
because vehicles in Maasai are very few and patients suffer at
home sometimes. And, I am being awakened at night because some
deliveries at home have retained placentas and some faint
because of Malaria. So I would use it to travel to work and
I am assisting in Acetari new church on Sundays of which
I walk 10 kilometers and by 1:00p.m. I always try to be in the
Dispensary to see whether the patients are there.
my love and greetings to your children, the team your together
brother in Christ,
with me: Matthew 18:19-20 "I also tell you this--if two
of you agree down here on earth concerning anything you ask
for, my Father in heaven will do it for you. For where two or
three gather together because they are mine, I will be right
there among them."
June 4-7, 2001: 252
In two clinic days we saw 46 our
first day and 111 our second day.
In two half days here at three
locations, we saw nearly 100 patients.
Patients showed up at 7:00 a.m. at
the home of John our guide on our
third day there more dental for care.
Bill, Sheila, and Tyler Williams join Bill's brother, Rev. Brad Williams, his
sister-in-law, Christina Williams, a third year medical
student and nurse, and his cousin, Millard Bowen, an Atlanta
builder, in the Kenya
Medical Outreach mission project
Doing God’s work
Medical/Dental Clinic built by a team of 25 men, women and
children from metro Atlanta serve the Kitsigis, Kikuyu, Kitsi and
of southern Kenya.
to date (2001): over $110,000 to support this mission project.
teeth, lives and souls; a chance to make a difference.
began August 2000 on a two acre tract of land which will
include the medical clinic and a number of supporting buildings.
There are now 7 acres that have been donated and/or purchased by
KMO and donated to the community for this project.
In May and June,
2001, the next crew arrived to continue work on the site. A
dental clinic will be added to the facility as well as a church over the next year.
Also planned are a doctor's residence, two nurses residences, a
hotel and a parsonage.
cross-cultural, non-denominational mission-oriented
that accepts prayer, time, monetary and in-kind donations from
individuals, foundations and corporations.
information or to send donations to continue God's work:
Email Dr. Bill
Mail Bill at
680 Wood Branch Trail
Suwanee, GA 30024