Rescuing & Restoring Families
from the Sex Trade in Nairobi, Kenya's Slums

On Eagles’ Wings News – August 2017


August was the first time most of our children had ever been on a boat. Thank God no one fell in and we had a blast.




Up & Down a treacherous mountain to the village…We picked up Jane, in the white dress above, from her aunt’s village, so she could attend our Vacation Camp. In January, her mother abandoned Jane and her three small brothers with relatives. We were able to rescue them and send them to school. During vacations, they stay with their aunt. The youngest of the family, Alex, is standing in front of Jane.




Francis and a neighbor wait at the kitchen in the village we visited. Francis also is number 1 in his kindergarten.




Receiving Jesus – After Mercy, in the purple dress, taught our children about salvation, 12 of them said they wanted Jesus to come into their hearts!




Prayers of Salvation – Brian, a British friend, and Pauline, pray for Braeburn and George




August Vacation Camp – During camp, we learned that computers can be fun. We also studied self-defense, geography, jewelry and card making.




Freedom Fighter Hideout – We toured a cave that was a hideout for the Mau Mau freedom fighters during the Kenyan war for independence from Britain. Kenya became a nation in 1963.




The last night of the camp, 20 kids slept at the Safe House with Maggie, and we took a trip to Paradise Lost the following day. Please enjoy the next few photos of our excursion.




Kids learned how to pump themselves to move the swings.




It was a long day.

On Eagles’ Wings News – July 2017

Lions and Tigers and bears! Three of our little boys were lost in their imaginations.



Gabriel, 4, decided to come to our Saturday Bible, Food & Fun as a tiger. About 20 of our 30 children are now enjoying our Saturdays at our Safe House.



A Rare Treat: A British friend baked us luscious spaghetti and cupcakes with icing.



Rhoda, left, and Mercy passed away part of a Saturday drawing. Mercy has spina bifida, so we pay for a taxi to bring her to our events.



A Kenyan friend donated two huge bundles of her daughter’s clothes to our teens. They had a ball “shopping” and modeling.



Catherine, left, and Truphena practice hairdressing on their mannequin. We are paying for both ladies to learn Beauty at a salon.



One of our moms, Catherine, serves a customer at the salon where she is learning hands-on beauty care.



Brenda, 3, is carrying her imaginary baby on her back like a good African momma. She and her two sisters stayed at our Safe House for a month while their mom was in the hospital.

Your donation will help bring families in Nairobi's slums out of sex trafficking. Some children are as young as six.

We are:

  • Helping parents start small businesses to support their families so they do not sell their children for sex
  • Sending the children to school by paying admission and uniform fees
  • Doing inner healing on the entire family