Today was our last school visit! They have made up some of the best parts of our journey so far, so we made the best of our trip to Tebesonik Secondary School. It had about 180 students and 10 teachers. We were welcomed and had the opportunity to have a tour of their campus. It didn?t take us long to realize that the school lacked funding. It was located in a remote area about an hour outside of central Kericho. Due to those circumstances the school didn?t have running water, a dining hall, or a single computer. It was hard for us to experience the situations that they face from day-to-day. One of those is the students are required to go retrieve water from the river everyday for their water supply. It was such an eye-opener to see how thankful the students were for the little that they had. We took turns sharing our testimonies. Then we proceeded to challenge the students academically and spiritually. At the end of our discussion we had a time of invitation for the students to have a chance to accept Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. I was overwhelmed when about half of the students stood and took that step of faith. After a time of fellowship we said our good-byes and left with a word of prayer. It was truly inspiring to see how much faith the students have in God and trust that he will provide for them. I want to pray for these new believers as they start their new life with Christ, and for the schools resources.