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  • 1. The Light is Shining on the MAASAI But most of the TANZANIAN MAASAI are still in spiritual darkness
  • 2. The Maasai Are… •A semi-nomadic people living in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. •Some 500,000 live in Kenya and about 1,000,000 live in Tanzania. •Livelihood is raising cattle, goats, and sheep.
  • 3. Missionary Efforts to Kenyan MAASAI… - Thousands have come to know Christ - Through the Kanga (Story Cloth) - Eagle Baptist Assn. formed “Reaching and teaching Maasai to reach and teach Maasai.”
  • 4. But prayer is urgently needed for: RAIN __ _ •Three feeding projects this year that have fed tens of thousands. •No rain, and death of livestock mean starvation & death for Maasai.
  • 5. Please Pray for…  Rain  First trip into Tanzania in January,2010  On Monday August 31, Calvary Road was given permission to go into Tanzania---- Praying for this for the past five years.  The Tanzanian door to stay open  Continued penetration into the darknes with the Light of the Gospel  Newly formed Eagle Baptist Assn.  For the Governments of Kenya and Tanzania to give Calvary Road Ministries visas that will allow us to share Jesus in both countries
  • 6. Sources  http://www.calvaryroad.com  http://maasai-association.org/maasai.html  Any further information email John Shepherd, President, Calvary Road Ministries, Knoxville, TN (jlscrm@comcast.net)
  • 7. Camping in the bush of Kenya