The Ngamaus are in the United States for six weeks to let Glenda's parents visit with their daughter and grandchildren (Glenda hasn't been home for Christmas in five years); to make contact with the churches and individuals that have supported them so far; and, most important, to pick up new churches and individuals to join in the work.
Ngamau founded PACE (Pan African Christian Exchange) in 1989. He attended college here, earning a B.A. in pastoral studies and an M.A. in missions. He could have stayed here, but says, "After I finished school I saw the need to go back home and establish the things I saw were necessary to sustaining a community."
See Wednesday's Tribune for the complete story.