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Comfort Zones

Comfort Zones

  We all have our comfort zones. The things we do that don’t push us to our limit of what we can take. Some things come easy to us and some things are difficult. God wants to challenge us, to grab our hand and lead us into our zone of discomfort. Once we let that […]

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Encouragement From Two Women

Encouragement From Two Women

This week I was encouraged by two very special women, who are great mothers despite the difficult circumstances that they overcome and face on a daily basis. The first is named Jacqueline. She is Cyril’s mother and also has four other children at home. Her youngest two children also have disabilities and she struggles to […]

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A New Business For Pamela

A New Business For Pamela

Today I went out to visit Pamela in Endebes. She is in a tough situation. Her health is poor because she is HIV+ and she cannot afford to eat a balanced diet, so the medicine makes her very sick. Which later on  ends up putting more of a strain on her because she is unable […]

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House Visits: Pamela and Syril

House Visits: Pamela and Syril

This morning we headed out to Endebes to visit Pamela. While I was gone Leila talked to her and she said that she had been feeling weak, so we paid her a short little visit to make sure that everything is ok. She told us that her CD4 count is very low again. The doctor […]

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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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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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HIV Tests For Brian and Emily

HIV Tests For Brian and Emily

We took Brian and Emily to get tested this week. We were worried to take Emily because both of her parents are HIV+ and Brian’s dad was acting strange when we asked about his medical history. Praise God that they both tested negative.  Emily and Brian This week Brian’s dad kept showing up at the […]

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