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Stories of Rescue and Updates

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The New Year is here, and anyone paying attention to the stock market and world events knows 2016 already has been wild. Destruction, unrest and uncertainty rule the day. But this is nothing new. Ecclesiastes 1:9 tells us: What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.

Why is this encouraging? We have a God who knows and understands all things. He has a plan. Our job is not to worry; our job is to trust. We trust Him, and He provides for all of our needs. Matthew 6:26 says: Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?

Every day, we are seeing God provide and graciously care for the newly rescued children at Kitui Baby Home.

David Muuo was rescued and brought to Kitui Baby Home after he was found abandoned. We still don’t have any details about his immediate family.

David Muuo was rescued and brought to Kitui Baby Home after he was found abandoned. We still don’t have any details about his immediate family.

Dorcus is a beautiful girl who was abandoned by her mother at a Kitui government building. Rescued by the Kitui Police Inspector, she was brought to Kitui Baby Home for care and protection.

Dorcus is a beautiful girl who was abandoned by her mother at a Kitui government building. Rescued by the Kitui Police Inspector, she was brought to Kitui Baby Home for care and protection.

 

What else is new at the home?

Winnie, the manager, has started working with a company to improve the children’s playground. We are also planning to add a generator at the home, as electricity tends to be intermittent.

In 2016, we are hoping to complete more projects to provide a safe and comfortable facility for these children. We will pass along stories of rescue and updates as the months go on. For now, thank you so much for your prayer and financial support. We could not do this without you.

God bless you, my friends!

John Mark

 


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