RFTB 2018

 

 


A taste of RFTB2018  

Students of Aquinas High School were not to come for Run for the Bibleless since there were two events that were clashing on the same day; an academic contest and the BTL Run. The CU team prayed that somehow a way would be found for them to attend. Amazingly, their school bus driver said he would commit to wake up early in order to handle both events. And for sure Aquinas High School was among the first of the participants to arrive at Uhuru Gardens.

Besides, they also came with one of their own (Joshua) who is on a wheel chair and in solidarity with their comrade, decided to only do the 4 kms walk so that they could move around with him.

What an exemplification of true brotherhood!

Margarate LoveMargaret Love from Wycliffe Bible Translators, Australia could not wait for the #RFTB2018 T-shirt to get to her in order to participate in the Run for the Bibleless in her Australian version. She went ahead and ran a 5km stretch for the Bibleless the same day we held our Run here in Nairobi.

Belvion Antonio, a Deaf Mozambique Sign Language Bible Translator, receives an award from the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, William Samoei Ruto, for being the first Deaf person to finish the 2018 Run for the Bibleless race. DOOR International, which translates the Bible to the Deaf community was well represented at the Run.

 

 



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