Changkuoth has not seen his family for 15 years. He came to Kenya with John and completed his education. He is taller than Pastor John and towers above our team member, Luetta Borkholder. Changkuoth helped with the younger children so much; he will me missed.
He plans to find work in South Sudan and help rebuild his homeland. Great fellow!
High up on the mountain is a small church and school overseen by Pastor Titus, a friend of Pastor Davidson. There are 60 children in the school so feeding them everyday is a challenge. They also have to carry water up the mountain every day. They need a donkey. Pastor Titus plows with an oxen team growing crops to sustain his family and other children.
Most of the students are age 3-5 yrs, but classes up to 4th Grade are now in session. When funds permit, classrooms for students up to 8th grade will be built.
Peter scored very high on tests this past year.
The new dining area for the school is going up as we speak!
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Pastors Conference Midwives receiving birthing kits Clothing give away
Last stop of the trip. Pastor Thomas church and school.
This CAP team was one of the best ever. The team packed 750 lbs of goods donated from individuals, churches, Dresses for Africa and Eden Song Ministry from Idaho. This gave us wonderful items to give wherever we traveled. Kathy Dehlbom made 100 dresses, 40 crocheted...
Pastor Davidson organized the conference inviting pastors of churches on Mt. Elgon. Pastor Margaret’s church hosted the day, fed everyone lunch in her nearby home and hosted a special children’s service after school. It was a full, wonderful day!
We were invited to a nearby school, but we didn’t get there by dismissal time. The children were walking home so we just had church on the road. Many lives came to Jesus that afternoon and the rains held off until all was done.
Josephat could barely walk, but after orthopedic surgery, he can run!
Visits to the 11 children’s homes, teaching and cleaning in the CAP School, and church on Sunday! And a new water tank thanks to Kathryn Dehlbom and Fountain of Life Church in Springfield, MO
Up the mountain to spend the afternoon with Pastor Titus and the children we came to adore after last year’s visit. The CAP team of 2015 were the first white folks the children had ever seen. We returned this year to find more children than before. We shared songs,...
We carried 15 – 50lb bags to Kenya, not counting our carry-ons with our personal clothes. Because of our mission, customs only charged us $40 to get the bags into the country. What an example of the favor of God. Watch for more details soon!
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