Archive | October, 2011

Checking In On Franco At School

Checking In On Franco At School

BIG smiles!  It’s been a bit of a crazy week, but this morning I made it out to Purpose Driven Academy to check on the new kids I took there last week. I walked onto the campus and  saw sweet Augustus running towards me. He gave me a huge hug and running behind him was […]

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An Update on Brian

An Update on Brian

Thank you all for your prayers. It is amazing what God can do when we take the time to remember to ask him. Brian is doing much better than he was yesterday. The first night he stayed at the hospital was with his father, who the nurses told me doesn’t quite know how to handle […]

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We Need Your Prayers For Brian

We Need Your Prayers For Brian

We need your prayers here in Kitale this week. Brian has been sick on and off since we took him and all of the doctors in town had not been able to figure out what is wrong with him. Two days ago, it got really bad and he was admitted to a hospital in town.  […]

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Please Pray For Grace

Please Pray For Grace

Grace   I blogged a little about Grace last week. She lives in Kipsongo slum, is HIV+, has TB, is only eighteen and has no one to take proper care of her. She has been unable to walk for two months because she is so weak and she can barely talk. She is literally skin […]

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An Update On Sammy

An Update On Sammy

Sammy’s doing great! It was really hard to get a picture of him when he wasn’t crying at first because he was a little scared of the camera being pointed at him. Now he is doing great and running around the yard playing with all the other kids. Special thanks to all of you who […]

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Taking Augustus and Franco To School

Taking Augustus and Franco To School

This week was a busy one, but a good one. I went to Purpose Driven Academy on Thursday and sat and talked to Margaret Wanyoni, the head teacher for a while. She was telling me about their theme for this term, which is Psalm 102:17. It says, “He will respond to the prayer of the […]

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A Tour Of Kipsongo

A Tour Of Kipsongo

This week we went into a slum called Kipsongo. It is the area in town where the Turkana people live together in Kitale. It is one of the most impoverished slums in town. People live in huts made of trash, clothing or whatever materials they can find and can’t afford to feed or care for […]

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Endebes School Visit

Endebes School Visit

I had heard about a school in Endebes that catered to the needs of kids with physical and mental disabilities and today I finally had the chance to visit the school and check things out. We met with the man who is the head teacher of the children with disabilities. He told us that they […]

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