Kenyan believers are learning how God’s healing work spreads to every part of life.
Isiolo is the scene of surprising and hopeful conflict.
The small town north of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, is starting to become a tourist destination. It recently connected to two game reserves in the area, and its airport is now offering international flights.
The clash in Isiolo is between traditional practices and advances from economic development. Boda bodas, motorcycle taxis, still don’t adhere to most traffic rules despite growing road networks and an increasing population, and Meru elders argue over new names for the Isiolo Airport.
While traditionalists struggle with the changes their hometown is going through, many residents are opening up to new ways of life.