|Gay and Christian in
"I have other sheep that are not of this fold. I must bring them in also." John 10:16
Other Sheep in
and Uganda 2008
VISIT Steve and Jose!
Visit the Other Sheep web site of the Executive
Director, Steve Parelli (at right in photo), and his
partner Jose Ortiz.
|This web page was constructed in September of 2008
Visits made to this web page since September of 2008
Sunday drive to morning church service,
outside of Nairobi, Kenya. August 6, 2008
|RIGHT: Flower, taken
at the "Rwanda
|Arkland Palace Hotel where
Nairobi seminar was held,
July 7-9, 2008.
An evening walk, Entebbe, Uganda.
Time alone for Jose and Steve.
July 24, 2008.
|LOWER RIGHT: Drying laundry
washed by hand. Kigali,
Rwanda, July 17, 2008.
Above photo: Around
30 people attend our
reunion for the "class"
of 2007. The
was shown in a
conference room at
Photo at left: FAWE,
where Jose and
Steve resided while
in Nairobi, July 4-15,
August 2-5, 2008.
|Photo at right:
a frame from
on the Bible
Window from the
museum of the
July 23, 2008.
Statue of Uganda's
ABOVE: Flight, leaving
London for Nairobi,
evening of August 3, 2008
July 24-25, 2008
Hosting meals at our
Kenya. July 4-15,
Morning, July 25, 2008 Entebbe, Uganda
Afternoon, July 24, 2008
|Afternoon, July 24, 2008
|Two roads, both filled with potholes
The road from Nairobi to Kisumu is at times impossible
because of the potholes (above photo at left). The recent
evangelical Africa Bible Commentary (above photo at right)
is impossible, too. The potholes are treacherous for the
LGBT community. Along side of Romans 1, there is a
featured article on homosexuality. It doesn't fair well for
the gay Christian traveling in this commentary.
Lake Victoria, Entebbe, Uganda. July 24, 2008.
Photo at left: Resource
materials brought from
the USA for use in East
Photo at left: 22
page handout. Notes
from the PowerPoint
presentation on the
Photo at left: Hen in
pen in the Makokha
On the road out of Kisumu to Nairobi, Kenya.
The source of the Nile River, Jinja, Uganda
Above photo: On the road between Kampala, Uganda, and Kisumu,
Kenya. The bus stops to allow vendors to sell their food to travelers. The
vendors are outside the windows of the bus and sell their food items to
buyers through the bus windows. July 31, 2008.
Photo at left:
Children in the
August 1, 2008.
Refugee camp for displaced families resulting from the post-election violence in the early part
of 2008. On the road from Kisumu to Nairobi, Kenya. August 2, 2008.
|Photo at right: This
home was reportedly
destroyed during the
of the early part of
2008. On the road
from Kisumu to
August 2, 2008.
Above photo: We had to pay $50.00 cash
each to re-enter Kenya. Because we had
travelled to Rwanda, which is not a part of
the East Africa communion (or whatever
they call it); and because Rwanda does not
charge US citizens to enter, we had to pay
$100.00 (total) to reenter Kenya. Our
original visa to Kenya allows us to travel to
and from Kenya if going into Uganda without
additional charge, but not to and from
Rwanda. Fortunately, Steve had a $100.00
bill stowed away in his suitcase on the bus.
|Continue the 2008 tour.
Next: The beautiful Rift Valley, Kenya
|Book at right: we found this book for sell at
the Anglican cathedral, Nairobi, Kenya.