Working to help empower women, save children and fight poverty in Kenya, we are transformed and inspired by the people we meet. These are our stories.
Non-profit ministry since 2012 chooses award-winning global literacy organization to continue its mission
We recently provided care baskets of food and supplies for our widows and their families made necessary because of the pandemic. Can you help?
The event on Friday, Aug. 23, will kick off a new fundraising effort to help David and Keziah and their 2 daughters relocate closer to the heart of our ministry and his.
This has been a trip of a lifetime, and I’m so blessed to have served with this team. Each one of these women has impacted me and inspired me to do more.
We spent our final day with the widows. Many widows testified about God’s work in their lives.
When we finally made it to the widows, we were of course greeted with hugs, handshakes, and lots and lots of singing.
A series of unfortunate events? Not really!
We all had an amazing weekend and a much-needed rest period before we travel to Naivasha and visit the widows tomorrow morning.
The team participants, who came from Indiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Missouri, have bonded and share a mutual love for Kenya and her people.
Today was full of laughter, bumpy roads, snack stops, majestic African animals, and delightful people.
You can truly feel God’s peace and love that radiates from that place. It is so evident that the Lord is the center of their work.
This team has rocked preschool at Children’s Garden this week … Preschool teachers have a special place in heaven.