Kenya, though very beautiful, has had more than its share of extreme droughts, floods and famines. Predominantly agricultural, the minority language communities have often suffered the most. Controversial elections and ensuing ethnic conflict have left many people scrambling to regain a normal life. Health care and education are beyond the reach of the more remote areas. Churches are growing, but local pastors need training and access to mother-tongue Scripture. Political unrest and religious persecution in the project areas call for much prayer.