Al and Missy Terry were called by God to go into the mission field and after several years of prayer and leading by the Holy Spirit, through faith, God began to form Hakima and gave clarity to the vision for His assignment.
In 2013, the Terry’s gave away most everything, left behind three children, their church, friends and family, quit jobs and stepped out with Jesus. They took their twin 15 year old daughters, packed their entire life into two suitcases each and landed in Nakuru, Kenya.
The Soysambu Conservancy in Nakuru, Kenya is now our home and base of operations for the ministries in East Africa.
Hakima is an Arabic word meaning wisdom; but it is more than just a word; it is a phrase which is translated as “the journey of a pure heart.” God has given us a vision that is much bigger than us. Proverbs 25:2 says, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings.” We are very excited about what God is doing, and what He is about to do here in Kenya.