A Fond Farewell

December 2013

As most of you know, our African Operations Director, Caleb Davison, just finished his term with us in Kenya and is moving back to the States with his lovely wife, Anna.  We have truly loved having Caleb in staff in Kenya, and we are so sad to see him go.  We want to wish Caleb and Anna so much joy and many blessings as they move on to their next adventure.  Below is a word from Justin Miller about how much the whole team loved working with Caleb;

I consider it such a privilege to have worked with Caleb and Anna these past three years. I know that they will be lifelong friends and ministry partners. As sad as we are to see them go, I know that God is going to expand their territory tenfold, and they will have a profound impact on the global church in the years to come. They both have such servant’s hearts, and the work they have done in Kenya has gone largely unnoticed and under-celebrated. But, the health and success of this ministry has hinged on their work. They helped host nearly 200 people on short-term trips, and those people have become our strongest advocates. They have developed an army of leaders on the CARE for AIDS Kenya team. They have told compelling stories and captured impeccable data to help engage our U.S. audience. Lastly, at our recent staff retreat, Caleb gave a great talk about the long-term success of CARE for AIDS. He said that it hinges on two key elements: leadership and creativity. Caleb embodied those ideals and has modeled them for us. Caleb and Anna, we love you guys, and CARE for AIDS has been forever impacted by your influence.

So, Caleb and Anna, from the whole CARE for AIDS family in Kenya and in the US, thank you for your incredible service and love over the past three years!  We will all be praying for you as you transition and we know that your work will continue to impact lives for the Kingdom of God!