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

Eagles’ Wings News December 2014

IRIS Harvest School of Missions was great but incredibly hectic.

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Graduation Day at IRIS Harvest School of Missions. Maggie, Left, With Two Friends.

We stayed in tents near Johannesburg for the first two weeks and froze. However, all of the teaching was great. We also took food to people in the shanty towns where most of the people seemed to be refugees from other African nations.

After South Africa, we stayed in Pemba, Mozambique, for a month where it was sweltering. So we’ve seen all temperatures. At one village we visited, God saved almost the whole village after seeing the “Jesus” film. The next day, village elders donated land for a church, and we had service on the property on Sunday.

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Mother and Baby in Mozambican Village





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God’s Light in Children’s Eyes, Mozambican Village








During the second week of school, God powerfully called Maggie to rescue and restore families in the Nairobi, Kenya, slums. He gave her confirmations, so she’s heading to Kenya.

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At a Safe House near Mombasa, Kenya.


Right now Maggie is in Mombasa, Kenya. Our group of 12 has ministered on the streets and have seen God heal and save people. Everyone will return home just before or after Christmas, except for Maggie. She plans to stay in Nairobi for at least three to six months to learn Swahili and some of the culture. There is a church that is connecting her with a place where she can live in the city.


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