Kids will be kids! At our Saturday fun time, Fabian “Junior” is just a little boy outside of the slum
Our Girl is on the Mend! Ndasi, right, almost died from meningitis in May. After a week of our tears and prayers, we finally got her mother to take her to the hospital. Ten days later, she was released and is progressing – much to the joy of her little sister Michelle and to On Eagles’ Wings!
Please pray for creative ways for us to bring Muslims into salvation and into our ministry. Since we are Christian, Muslim women say they are afraid they might be killed if we pray for them.
Another New Family! Truphena, 24, with her two girls, joined On Eagles’ Wings in May. Truphena had been working e at local bars to support her children. Now we are helping her receive training as a beautician at a salon. Truphena just completed her first week of training and is one hard worker!
Daniel, our Kenyan friend in the cowboy hat, offered to build beds for our Safe House. We bought the supplies and he hired a man to cart them to the house through rush hour traffic. That’s how things are done here.
Previously, the kids slept on a mattress on the floor when they stayed at the Safe House. Now we have six beds, but they all want to sleep together!
We visited Emily, left, and Tracy on Parents’ Day in May. They are high school seniors and are preparing for their national exams at the end of the year. Emily wants to be a chef and Tracy hopes to study accounting.
We started Mutuku in his recycling business last year. Here he is carrying a small load to sell.
Our Swedish friends, Jesper, with the crowbar, and Gustaf, built a box for us to plant seedlings. The seeds were donated by Hope Seeds, a ministry in Bradenton, Florida. We’re growing parsley, cabbage and Maringa.
Come to see the amazing wildlife.