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.
We all walked to Josephine’s house together with the group of widows. When she saw the water tank in her front yard she fell to her knees in tears and began to praise the Lord.
Chllin’ with the zebra and water buck….we got out of the boat and walked up to them….no giraffes today though.
Nairobi Chapel this morning. Worship was incredible!
Beautiful Layla. She gifted me the gorgeous necklace I am wearing. Love Maasai women. They are so talented at beading.
David Sheldrick Orphan Wildlife Sanctuary. The first photo of the 2-and-1/2-year-old Barslinga, the elephant I adopted for Parker’s birthday in January. The tiny ones with blankets we got to touch.
Students at the Jacaranda School and Children’s Garden entertain us with music, song and dance.
Allie Pujol puts a coat of fresh paint in the sleeping quarters at the Children’s Garden orphanage, where new beds are under construction with welding tools donated by Cape Rotary.
Blessed to have spent another day at the Children’s Garden orphanage in Kenya. The kids LOVE having their pictures taken and are so fascinated that they can look at themselves.
Doctors express surprise at tiny Kimmani’s size. He’s 4 years old. We are thankful for another night and day with our sweet Kimmani. New videos of Kimmani at play!
Today’s music therapy friends at the Jacaranda School. – Kelley Pujol
Not every day are you blessed to be in the presence of such a humble and great servant. At the Java House at Junction Mall I was greeted by Dr. Charles Mulli and his movie film crew from California.
The group arrives to find Kimmani with a severe ear infection. Job one: Get him to a doctor.