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July 13, 2010

CaraVita Home Care owner, Beth Cayce, leaves tomorrow for Kenya to once again lead a team of volunteers in her ongoing mission work.  Her trip is July 14-27

Beth will lead the team to Kenya to help develop the Providence Training Center, part of a non profit Ministry of Care to Learn, International.  Additionally they will interface with community orphanages and local businesses. While on the trip the team will teach pastors and lay congregation, perform competitive market research around Nairobi on guests house to help in the development of this self sustaining ministry, train teachers who work with children in drama presentations, network within the communities for microenterprise and break ground for the multi-purpose conference and  retreat center with experimental farm in Matassia Kenya.  Members of the team include health care professionals, teachers, lawyer, accountant, IT and software professionals, business executive, hospitality manager, IT consultant,  architect and photo journalist- all using their talents to improve the community by networking the work of the Church with the community.

Please keep them in your prayers.  They believe we can make a difference “one life at a time in our global world.”

We must all do our part whether it be physically, monetarily or prayerfully.  The next trip will be in November.

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