Thank you

As we embark on this trip to Kenya, I see the glimpse of hope to those who have been marginalized and neglected by the society. God has touched the hearts of so many to give to the cause of Christ.. to loosen the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the…

While the world watches

The world is out of joint. As we look at Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Kenya we see the pictures of the little children, the outlook seems discouraging, helpless and desperate. Suffering continues consume the very existed of a child while the world watches. Please don’t watch do something about it, support our efforts to…

Computers for Schools Program

In addition to the orphanage we operate, we have launched a Computers for Schools program to promote broadband adoption and digital literacy in disadvantaged communities throughout Kericho, Kenya. The goal is to bridge the digital divide, economic gap that prohibits access to technology. We have 50 computers and LCD monitors that have been donated by…

Care for the poor

Another year of life is now in the past. A new year is opening before us. What will be its record? What will we each inscribe upon its spotless pages? The manner in which we spend each passing day will decide this question. There are multitudes of children who have been wholly deprived of the…

Grateful

Thank you for continuous support and seeking to alleviate the sufferings of the poor and distressed children.

Grand Opening of the New Home

On 29th November, 2012 the dream home for the orphan and vulnerable children was officially opened. The donors, local leaders, Board & trustees, volunteers, and the community were there to witness this great moment in history.

The Poor Among Us

In the great cities there are multitudes living in poverty and wretchedness, well-nigh destitute of food, shelter, and clothing. There are not many, even among educators and statesmen, who comprehend the causes that underlie the present state of society. Those who hold the reins of government are not able to solve the problem of moral…

The New Home as it Becomes……

The New Home begins to take shape as the ground crew work tirelessly to meet the deadline. When finished this institution will be modeled as closely as possible after the plan of a Christian home. Those in charge of this home are men and women who are large-hearted , inspired, cultured and self-sacrificing; men and…

Jesus Identifies Himself with His Suffering People

Jesus here identifies Himself with His suffering people. It was I who was hungry and thirsty. It was I who was a stranger. It was I who was naked. It was I who was sick. It was I who was in prison. When you were enjoying the food from your bountifully spread tables, I was famishing in the hovel or street not far from you. When you closed your doors against Me, while your well-furnished rooms were unoccupied, I had not where to lay My head. Your wardrobes were filled with an abundant supply of changeable suits of apparel, upon which means had been needlessly squandered, which you might have given to the needy. I was destitute of comfortable apparel. When you were enjoying health, I was sick. Misfortune cast Me into prison and bound Me with fetters, bowing down My spirit, depriving Me of freedom and hope, while you roamed free. What a oneness Jesus here expresses as existing between Himself and His suffering disciples! He makes their case His own. He identifies Himself as being in person the very sufferer. Mark, selfish Christian: every neglect of the needy poor, the orphan, the fatherless, is a neglect of Jesus in their person. – {CSA 60.5}

Social Justice II

Pure religion and undefiled before the Father is this: “To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.” Good deeds are the fruit that Christ requires us to bear: kind words, deeds of benevolence, of tender regard for the poor, the needy, the afflicted. When hearts sympathize…