The Terrys' transportation in Kenya

Pam Griffin
Waiting on the matatu in Kenya

Al and Missy Terry and their 15-year-old daughters, Victoria and Sophia, began mission work in Kenya, an outreach of Destiny Worship Center in Miramar Beach, in September. The focus of the mission is a humanitarian outreach to the 13 villages and the two primary schools located on the Soysambu Wildlife Conservancy in Nakura.

Al Terry thought he would have some fun recently and took some pictures of them waiting on the matatu, a 10-passenger van with 15 people crammed in, that they ride to town. Pictured from left are his daughter Victoria, his wife Missy and theirfriend Andrew.

“He lives up on the mountain,” Terry told The Log. “There is no electricity up there, so we like to take him with us.”

The Terry’s still need transportation to visit the villages and take necessities to the people. To learn more about the mission, visit www.dwckenya.comand to make a donation visit 

“God is so good we know He will stir the hearts of His people about our transportation needs,” Al said. “Transportation gives us the opportunity to reach people with the Jesus film, medical, food, etc. In the meantime, we stay content and keep a joyful heart.”