Author Archives: Milt

About Milt

Milton Jones is the President of Christian Relief Fund in Amarillo, Texas. In his work there, he has focused on the care of AIDS orphans in Sub-Sahara Africa. He has also served as a preacher and campus minister in both Texas and Washington. Milton has authored eight books including a touching tale of one of his heroes with Cerebral Palsy, Sundays With Scottie. He is married to Barbie Jones and has two sons, Patrick and Jeremy.

Jim’s Take on African Road Rules

So many of you have asked me what a mission trip to Africa is like. I wanted to share with you Jim Shelburne’s blog of his recent trip there with me.  Jim is one of our great supporters at CRF … Continue reading

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Eruli I School in Bungoma, Kenya with Jim

So many of you have asked me what a mission trip to Africa is like. I wanted to share with you Jim Shelburne’s blog of his recent trip there with me.  Jim is one of our great supporters at CRF … Continue reading

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Emmanuel’s Funeral

My dear friend Emmanuel died. Here is what I shared at his funeral. I know many of you have prayed for him and support Emmanuel’s Kids (thousands of Aids, famine and war orphans in Kenya).  I was asked recently to … Continue reading

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Kisumu with Jim

So many of you have asked me what a mission trip to Africa is like. I wanted to share with you Jim Shelburne’s blog of his recent trip there with me.  Jim is one of our great supporters at CRF … Continue reading

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A New Holiday Is Going Down the Drain!

Today is a holiday. Did you forget it? Maybe you didn’t even know, but it is worthy of note. And if you really understand it, it’s worthy of celebration. This is the first year that this holiday has been officially … Continue reading

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Going to Africa With My Good Friend, Jim Shelburne

So many of you have asked me what a mission trip to Africa is like. I wanted to share with you Jim Shelburne’s blog of his recent trip there with me.  Jim is one of our great supporters at CRF … Continue reading

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Barnabas–Maestro of Water

He is the maestro. He directs everything that is happening around the rig. He is a big man. He is in charge. You just have to love this guy. Barnabas is in charge of drilling for Hope Water that is … Continue reading

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A Perfect Day

I was standing on the edge of the only river in Turkana. It is too dirty and polluted for drinking. But it is just right for baptisms. As I looked down the river, I could see colorful little dots coming … Continue reading

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My Favorite Beauty Pageant

Katherine looked beautiful. She was wearing a full-length gown. It was bright red, and she even had a hat to go with it. She was wearing a sash to make her look like Miss America—or should I say Miss Kenya. … Continue reading

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Suzy Peacock

Suzy Peacock is our new high school near Eldoret. It is named after a lover of education, children, flowers, and art. Suzy died of cancer, and this school was started in her memory. I think it is the legacy she … Continue reading

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