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A Wonderfully Busy Day

Today was one of those days when I crammed in as many activities as possible. It was one of those days where I felt God’s plan in my day despite things been a bit crazy and jam packed full of adventure and lots of running around. We started off by going to the kids house […]

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Meet Trina

Meet Trina

Another new blessing has fallen into the care of Precious Kids Center. Meet Trina. She is four years old and was born with mild cerebral palsy. Only her right side is affected. She is an active, sassy little girl who is shy at first, but quickly warms up. It’s interesting the way that God works. […]

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Updates on Ida's Family

Updates on Ida’s Family

  After staying at the hospital for a week Ida’s wounds on her feet were healed and she was able to gain enough strength to go home. We moved her out of Kipsongo and into a house closer to us and near two of our staff members so that they can keep an eye on […]

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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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House Visits: Stevo, Mary, and Grace

House Visits: Stevo, Mary, and Grace

It had been so long since I had time to walk around Shimo. All of the kids getting sick, going to school, needing to come home from school and other random things have kept me from having time to just walk around and visit.  We went to visit Stevo. He is starting to look skinnier […]

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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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