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  • Nancy and I got to go to Kamuyu Primary School last week, the first such visit we'd been able to make since we've returned. Being back at a school reminded me of the Scripture where Jesus says, "My food is to do the will of him who sent me.

    The headmaster reminded me that when I first came to his school, the students feared me. When we brought the computers to the school, they feared the computers. Because of the food that you have provided, they have added more than students to their ranks. The computer classes were lively, with our only Masai teacher adding something special to the lessons. Before we started out work there, Munyu school had always ranked lowest on the national tests in their zone.

    They have topped the list for several years in a row now. Everything seemed to be going well the day I observed class there. But with a raging inflation rate, I knew money had to be getting terribly tight for many families. So as I was making conversation with the kids, I asked a young boy how he was doing. He told me his father was dead, his mother had AIDS, and he lived in his older brother's back yard.

    There was no food for him except for what he ate at school for lunch.