Wednesday, September 30, 2020



AGE:              10


CLASS:          GRADE 2




It was two months after we had rescued a boy by the name of Kemiso David out of the street and bringing him to the orphanage that he requested us that we may go and pray for the three other kids that used to be with him before in the street. We went there for prayers with our prayer team but we did not find all the three kids in street but only Jackline was there. The other two street kids had gone to join other street children in the next sub-county called Nyamarambe to search for food since the environment where they used to stay was becoming hostile with inadequate food left overs and they were rarely fed by strangers in the town.

We did not follow them to Nyamarambe but we prayed for the young girl Jackline. We bought her some snacks and provided her with two clothes. But at the time when we were leaving she terribly cried that we should not leave her alone in the street and she was very tired with street life, she told us that if we were not to go with her she would simply kill herself by taking poison later on after we have gone!!!

The only option was to bring Jackline to our orphanage. Jackline is happy and thankful for the orphanage environment where she is being provided with shelter, food, clothing and she is glad to join school like other kids of her age. She likes singing and always tells us to pray for her that  in future she would be a gospel artist who can bless the nations with good singing and praising God through her voice.

She likes to quote that “with God all things are possible”.



AGE:               8


CLASS:                       GRADE 1



One Friday Evening when we were heading home from house to house evangelism at Riteke village we met Moses lying beside the road. There was a huge crowd surrounding him just watching his unconscious body down on the ground.

We also stood with pastor Vincent and Janet our praise and worship leader, when we inquired we were told that the boy Moses was a street boy and in the previous two weeks, he was seen that his health was not good but that day it worsened!!! The market people were there just watching him die because everyone feared taking him to the hospital thinking about what will happen if he will die on their hands!!

We over stayed there within  the crowd hoping that a good Samaritan will volunteer to carry  the responsibility  of taking this helpless boy to the hospital but unfortunately no one was ready for that!!! All of a sudden Janet our praise and worship leader touched me on my shoulders and whispered to me saying “kindly pastor Joel let us take this kid to the hospital and do not worry he will not die on our hands for the grace of God upon us can cause healing to the boy.”

After Janet finished whispering this on my ears, I only said “No problem let us do our part and God will do the rest.” We picked the boy Moses from the midst of the crowd down on the ground and took him to Tabaka Hospital whereby we shared the issue with the medical officer and he received treatment on debt.

The doctors discovered that Moses was suffering from severe pneumonia since he was exposed to excess coldness there in the street where he slept on the cold floor. On the third day when we went to visit him in the hospital we were amazed that he had totally recovered from the disease. We could not manage to settle the bill but by good luck one of the doctors helped us to clear the bills after discovering that Moses’ Mother dropped him in this market and lied to him that she went for some shopping in the super market before they proceed their journey from Nairobi  to up country.

But it is so sad that this was a way of escape abandoning his son by the roadside while away from home. This is how the boy started hustling with street life after his mother failed to return to pick him!!!

Since then it is almost two years the mother is missing and the family background is not known. By the advice of the doctors that Moses needs good care and a good sleeping to avoid more attack from pneumonia and other diseases we found that we were the only option to take care of Moses then we came with him in the orphanage.

Moses is humbled for the way God used us to save his dying soul and he is praising God for the support and love he receives  from Pastor Donald in connection with the church of Kenya Moses likes quoting that he is  a live through the grace of God and he will live to worship him and serve him with all his strength.


If you would like to help the children of the Log Church Orphanage of Kisii, Kenya, you may make your check out to “The Log Church” and write “Orphans” on the memo line.

Send it to:

The Log Church

PO Box 68

Tripoli, Wisconsin 54564

We now need to pay a wire transfer fee with every payment, which amounts to $50 each time, but other than that, your donated money will be used only for purchasing food, clothing, schooling, and other necessities of living. Nothing is held back or diverted for any other purpose. Thanks!

Sunday, September 27, 2020


Last Saturday we had apple pressing on our farm. This is an annual tradition with our family. All of our boys try to make it home with their families and we make a day of it. Ideally we previously have picked many bushels of apples that are ready to process, but the tradition also includes a trip up to the “Whitney Hill,” which is a special hill on another section of our farm that has a Whitney crab apple tree. The apples on that tree are smaller in size, but very sweet and plentiful every year. We often use the juice from the Whitney tree to blend with the juice from some of the more tart apples to make a nice cider.


All fall Vivian and I have been busy picking, canning, juicing and eating the fruits of our garden and orchard. We have picked grapes from our vines, and corn, beans, and peas from our garden.  Also carrots and tomatoes—all the basic vegetables. And of course more cucumbers and squash than is probably legal to possess.


I have been more involved in the growing of our garden this year than I have in the past, and as we have harvested, I have had an even greater awareness of the bounty that is provided from the soil and the labor of our hands. This fall I have been enjoying a deep sense of satisfaction in seeing the canning shelves of our basement fill up with preserves that have come right from our own farm. It all has given me a profound thankfulness to the God of heaven in its provision.


It is much like a large stack of firewood as you go into the winter. If you heat your home with firewood (as we do), there is a sense of preparedness that comes from a big wood pile that you have sawed from your own forest. These are things that give a person a satisfying feeling of self-sufficiency—one where you are not dependent upon outside sources for your living needs.


Friday, September 25, 2020









His parents lived with him in Eldoret town at the rental houses and unfortunately they died from HIV/AIDS After the dead of both parents the landlord decided to adopt this boy, he stayed with the boy for 1 year and later chased him away, one of the caretakers also adopted him to his family but the caretaker died 2 year later after which this boy joined street children and when we had an evangelism we met him being hopeless and helpless we were moved to take him under our care.

Vincent is appreciating God for this orphanage, he always says, “really God is the father to the  fatherless, he gives home to the homeless” he says that he doesn’t even remember the dead of his parents compared to what God has done in his life, he likes singing and he has a passion to train more choirs that will give God glory through singing. He is courageous to stand alone at his age and bless the church with at least a song  in every service we meet to worship God!!.


                                                             CLINTON KIJANA


During evangelism this child followed us and being a total orphan he lived with his aunt when the aunt heard that the child was with us in the gospel he came and took him beating and dragging him all the way back home.

We later realized that his aunt was a devil worshipper and from that day this aunt started mistreating this child, because she did not want to hear about Jesus and he wanted to distract this kid Kijana from the faith!! 

 In the year 2018 we found this child coming to the orphanage by himself seeking for help. We adopted him but 1 year later his aunt died. The family background of this child is not known by anyone.

This boy Clinton always walks with small bible and sometimes he gathers kids of his age in the orphanage compound trying to act as pastor preaching and laying hands on these children saying that ‘ I am a pastor Joel’ Really wonderful! This boy gives thanks to God whenever we ask him to say something concerning his new life in the orphanage.

He gives thanks for shelter, food , clothing and education. The boy says that after school he will go to live with Pastor Donald and preach to the white people who have touched his life through sending donations. We always feel happy and encourage him to work hard in school so that he can know how to preach English at that time if God will confirm his dream. Amazing!!!

If you would like to help the children of the Log Church Orphanage of Kisii, Kenya, you may make your check out to “The Log Church” and write “Orphans” on the memo line.

Send it to:
The Log Church
PO Box 68
Tripoli, Wisconsin 54564

We now need to pay a wire transfer fee with every payment, which amounts to $50 each time, but other than that, your donated money will be used only for purchasing food, clothing, schooling, and other necessities of living. Nothing is held back or diverted for any other purpose. Thanks!

Wednesday, September 23, 2020


Over the next few weeks I will be posting the background stories and photos of all the children of the orphanage. I asked Pastor Joel to write to me more about the kids than merely the ages and how they came to the orphanage.
The following biographies are what Joel sent to me 







He was raised up by a single mother and they used to live where the mother worked but unfortunately when post election violence took place his mother was killed and a neighbor adopted him and at the end the neighbor abandoned him and when he became desperate he went to the street and became a street boy. 

By the fact that his mother was single and did not own any land property this boy was really lacking a place to belong and his family is not known by anyone around. This boy Ibrahim is now thankful that now he belongs to an orphanage family by the mercies of God and he can testify that he can now see a bright future that God has prepared for him through the good care in the orphanage. He is a young evangelist and he wants to reach more souls after school in the near future




Grade: 5 



He was born in the street, his mother was a street woman and his mother died in the year 2017. She was buried in the cemetery. So Kemiso was purely a street boy right from the time of his birth. 

This boy says that he can’t forget the goodness of God in the land of the living and he will live to praise God. He has an ambition of becoming a minister of the gospel after school and his ministry will mostly be based on streets to safe the vulnerable kids like him that are facing challenges as he used to, so that he can bring hope to them through the word of God like the way pastor Donald‘s team in conjunction with the leadership of Kenya have embraced his heart by providing support and good care in the orphanag.                 







He was born out of wedlock and his parents started wrangles because of his birth outside marriage, his mother was chased by her husband and the child became rejected but because his mother loved him he went to stay with him in Kisii town and by bad lack his mother died of liver cancer and left him. 

We found him during our crusade having no where to go and decided to take him under our care to give him hope. Initially before we adopted him, he used to sleep in the nearby Nyabioto primary school where he turned one of the classrooms to be his sleeping place at night and he could leave earlier in the morning before children arrive at school and start roaming in the village day time looking for food to eat from good Samaritans. 

Brian likes quoting that “maybe it was not the plan of man for him to be born but he has come to believe that in the mind of God he was to be born and nobody could stop him from being born”. 

This boy tell other children in the orphanage that as moses was sent by God to rescue the children of Israel the same way pastor Donald was sent to Kenya to rescue the hopeless kids like him. 

He says that he will also ask God to give him an opportunity and heart of helping many in future when he is capable after school. He always says that he must try the best he can to extend hand of support to some kids who will be suffering rejection like he used to.


If you would like to help the children of the Log Church Orphanage of Kisii, Kenya, you may make your check out to “The Log Church” and write “Orphans” on the memo line.

Send it to:
The Log Church
PO Box 68
Tripoli, Wisconsin 54564

We now need to pay a wire transfer fee with every payment, which amounts to 

$50 each time, but other than that, your donated money will be used only for purchasing food, clothing, schooling, and other necessities of living. Nothing is held back or diverted for any other purpose. Thanks!

Sunday, September 20, 2020


Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, after Our likeness, to rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, and over all the earth itself and every creature that crawls upon it.”

So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. (Genesis 1:26-27 BSB)

It is a marvelous thing that we have been created by God. It is even more marvelous that as he continues to form us, he is constantly helping us in our lives (I spoke about this last week). But frankly, these are not the most important aspects of the verses above which speak of the creation of man. Rather, absolutely the most amazing aspect is the fact that when God created us, he created us in his image. We have been made in the very image of God. This is mentioned twice in the opening verses above.

Last week we talked about how impossible it is for us to envision exactly how the creation of the first man and woman took place. This impossibility for us is only accentuated when we try to think of the significance and all of the implications of what it means to be created in the image of God. Any explanation that we can give of this phrase must fall far short of an accurate portrayal of what is meant by this astounding fact.

The Image of God

Certainly we can draw some suppositions. The fact that we are actually spiritual in essence must have something to do with the fact that we have been created in the image of God, since as Jesus told the woman at the well, “God is Spirit.”

We also have an intellectual aspect about us, as does God. We are relational in our nature like God. Despite whatever difficulty or frustrations we have with other people, most of us cannot happily exist without having others in our lives.

We are also creative. The fact we have a desire to create must have something to do with being made in God’s image. It is true that we do not have the ability to call into existence something out of nothing, but we each have a creative streak within us. Whether it is in art, inventiveness, music or literary composition, or in a host of other ways, each of us like to make something with our own hands or our imagination.

Another thing about being created in the image of God is that we have a moral code that is instilled within us. All humans, no matter what society or age in which they live, have an innate sense of actions that are right and those that are wrong. Certainly these norms can be corrupted and even changed by a prevailing culture, but absolutely everyone has some sort of standard to which they appeal in order to justify their actions.

All of these aspects have to do with being created in the image of God. Nevertheless, at the original creation, God spoke of none of these. Rather, he referred to yet another aspect of the image of God.


Reading again the words of God: “Let Us make man in Our image, after Our likeness, to rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, and over all the earth itself and every creature that crawls upon it.”

We can see that when God spoke of man being in his image, he linked it directly to dominion. At least in the context of this verse quoting God at the very dawn of history, he gave man the role of presiding over all the living creatures on earth, and even over the earth itself.

The notion that humans are above nature is becoming increasingly unpopular in our day. The trend in thinking today is that the earth itself is dominant, and humans are merely one of the creatures who inhabit the planet. 

No doubt part of the reason for this thinking has stemmed from the fact that we historically have done such an atrocious job in caring for our environment. We have polluted and ruined, we have taken greedily and not given back, and we have lived without regard to what damage we were doing to our natural world.

Certainly these attitudes are part of the reason for the growing belief in the supremacy of nature, but it is not the entire reason. This perspective and its reasoning goes deeper than that.

The primary reason that this belief is becoming prevalent is because of what we have allowed the image of God within us to become. We have not only done an atrocious job in caring for our environment, but we have done an even worse job in maintaining the reflection of God in our lives. The image of God within us has become corrupted.

God created us in his image, but just as we have done to our environment itself, we have contaminated God’s image within us and infected it with sin. We have abused our reflection of God and lived as if we were not responsible for our actions and as if there would be no day of reckoning.

What Happened

So what has happened to God’s original plan? How is it that we have strayed so far from what God intended, and why has the image of God within us become so tarnished?

According to what the Apostle Paul teaches, it is because we as a human race have not merely ignored the teachings of God, but we have even suppressed them. I quote from Romans 1:18-20:

The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness. For what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen, being understood from His workmanship, so that men are without excuse (BSB). 

A few weeks ago I quoted also the man Job who told us that among all of God’s creatures, it is we alone who do not recognize God as the creator and sustainer of life.

Job says, “But now ask the beasts, and let them teach you; and the birds of the heavens, and let them tell you. Or speak to the earth, and let it teach you; and let the fish of the sea declare to you. Who among all these does not know that the hand of the LORD has done this, in whose hand is the life of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind?” (Job 12:7-10 NAS)

It is said of no other creature other than humans that they have been endowed with the image of God. Seeing that this is so, and contrary to what we might expect, it is also said of no other creature that they have rejected the knowledge of God.

But humans, the very ones who have been given the image of God, have rejected this knowledge. Why is this so?

The Rejection

The rejection has primarily happened because humans have attempted to usurp the authority of God and to become their own authority. Again, the roots of this go way back to the Garden of Eden.

Originally, the environment that God gave to Adam and Eve was a perfect environment and his image within them was untarnished. In God’s love for those that he created in his image, he gave to them the responsibility to care for it. This is shown to us in the form of the naming of the animals. God did not name the animals, but instead brought each before Adam so that the man could give them a name.

The act of naming the animals is more than a cute Bible story we tell to our Sunday School class. God did this to demonstrate that the man was to be responsible for the animals. It is only the person that is responsible to care for someone or something who also has the right to give these a name. God gave names to Adam and Eve, but Adam was given the task of naming the animals. The animals of the earth were under man’s dominion.

But then Satan entered the picture. Satan introduced the first man and woman to the concept of discontent. He convinced Adam and Eve that God was holding out on them and that they could have more. Because of the doubts that Satan placed within them, for the first time Adam and Eve were dissatisfied with their lives.

Tempting Eve with the very fruit that God and warned them not to eat, Satan told her, “For God knows that in the day you eat of it, your eyes will be opened and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.”

Just as Satan himself had rebelled against the authority of God and had lost his own state of existence that he before had known as one of God’s own angels, he is now attempting to beguile the first humans to do the same. If he is successful, he will have the entire creation of the earth under his influence. Remember, the man and the woman held the authority of the earth and all of its creatures, and if Satan could put these first people under his spell, then it would be him who would hold the authority over all the earth.

Of course we know what happened. Satan twisted the words that God has spoken and tempted them with the thought that they could become equal to God. In other words—they would become gods themselves.

In the book of Romans, Paul explains what happened, not only to Adam and Eve, but to the human race in general:

For although they knew God, they neither glorified Him as God nor gave thanks to Him, but they became futile in their thinking and darkened in their foolish hearts. Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools, and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images of mortal man and birds and animals and reptiles. (Romans 1:21-23 BSB)

It was then that we as a human race began to devalue the image of God. Our worship instead began to be focused on ourselves, which eventually began to be a worship of creation itself, instead of the Creator.

Or as Paul put it: “[We] exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is forever worthy of praise! (Romans 1:25)

Thus, the image of God that he had even placed within us became corrupted by our rebellious and faulty thinking. We became confused in our priorities, ignorant of the eternal truth, and condemned to live with constant discontentedness. 

What God Did

Seeing that this was the state of existence that we had brought upon ourselves, what could God do to reestablish our former condition? Of course he could continue to speak to us to attempt to convince us of his truth, which he did. But our understanding of truth had been so corrupted by the lie of Satan, most refused to recognize it.

Historically, in many ways God attempted to bring us back to him. He gave us his commandments, which although he knew that we could never obey completely, at least gave us a vision for how his righteousness functioned. He also sent prophets to speak his truth. They were either ignored, mocked, persecuted or stoned to death.

Finally, God Himself returned. He returned in the person of Jesus Christ, who was also called “the Son of God.”

The Image of God Incarnate

The writer of the New Testament book of Hebrews explained the coming of Jesus by saying, “On many past occasions and in many different ways, God spoke to our fathers through the prophets. But in these last days He has spoken to us by His Son…[Who] is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of His nature” (Hebrews 1:1-3 BSB).

I also again quote Paul the apostle, since he has written much on this subject. Speaking of the person of Jesus, Paul says,

The Son is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. For in Him all things were created, things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities. All things were created through Him and for Him. 

He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together. And He is the head of the body, the church; He is the beginning and firstborn from among the dead, so that in all things He may have preeminence. (Colossians 1:15-18 BSB) 

With the arrival of Jesus to earth, also born of a human mother as we are, yet also retaining the nature of his eternal divinity, we have the perfect image of God demonstrated to us in human form. Jesus Christ is God’s most perfect message to us. The Apostle John even calls him the very “Word of God.”

“The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us. We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth” (John 1:14 BSB).

How Satan has Hidden the Image of God from Us

Of course, Satan did everything in his power to cause this most perfect message of God’s to fail. Since Jesus had come in the form of a man, Satan at first believed that he could use similar temptations on the Son of God that he used on other men. The Devil tempted him with riches and power, but he had no success in doing this. Unlike Adam and Eve did in the face of the temptation from Satan, Jesus sent him away (Matthew 4:1-11).

Failing that, Satan then attempted to hide the message and the image of God from the people of the world. In this, Satan has had considerable success. The message of Christ has largely been lost to most people in all the noise of trivial pursuits that the world under Satan’s control puts before us.

Paul writes that “The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers so they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God” (2 Corinthians 4:4).

“Their minds were closed,” he says.

Paul describes what Satan did as placing a veil over the faces of the unbelievers so that they cannot see the truth that God had spent centuries in attempting to communicate to the world. This truth of God’s was demonstrated in all of his messages, beginning with the commandments and prophets of the Old Testament. Despite the many methods that God has used to try and break through our blindness, in every instance and with a great number of people, Satan was able to hide the truth of God.

People were blinded. A veil had been placed in front of their eyes.

The Image of God Restored in Men and Women

There is only one solution for the “lifting of this veil” so that the truth can be seen: “Only in Christ can it be removed…whenever anyone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away,” Paul says (2 Corinthians 3:14,16).

It is with the lifting of this veil that we ourselves are transformed. Paul continues, “And we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into His image with intensifying glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit” (2 Corinthians 3:18 BSB).

When Christ comes into our lives and we begin to listen to the words of God, we begin to see through the tricks and deceits of the devil. The inconsequential pastimes of the world no longer hold our attention. Our vision becomes clearer.

Did you notice that Paul speaks of an intensifying glory? Once the knowledge of the true Savior Jesus Christ has lifted the veil from in front of our eyes, his image in us is awakened. We are no longer condemned to live in a state of discontent, listening to and heeding the lies of Satan.

“Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom” (2 Corinthians 3:17).

In Christ, the awakened image of God within us begins to transform us with an intensifying glory. Perhaps the change comes slowly at first, but for all who truly know Christ, God is at work within them. He is renewing and forming us into his image as he did at the beginning at the creation (Romans 8:29).

Pressing On Toward the Goal

For the one who follows the Word, Jesus Christ, all of life has a forward movement. Concerning the image of God within us, we presently may not yet be where we want to be in our lives, but we have promises and we have a goal.

This was Paul’s summary of his life. Speaking of his life in Christ, he wrote to the Philippian church,

Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already been made perfect, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. Brothers, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize of God’s heavenly calling in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 3:12-14 BSB)

Just as in Paul’s testimony about his life, neither have any of us already attained or arrived where we want to be in our lives. But taking a clue from Paul, we forget all those ways of past in which we have followed Satan and the world, and concentrate on looking straight ahead on the path that Jesus has laid out before us. Jesus has dealt with those past sins and our past rebellion. We need not trouble ourselves with them any longer.

Paul also wrote, “Once you were alienated from God and were hostile in your minds because of your evil deeds. But now He has reconciled you by Christ’s physical body through death to present you holy, unblemished, and blameless in His presence—if indeed you continue in your faith, established and firm, not moved from the hope of the gospel you heard” (Colossians 1:21-23 BSB).

Do not allow Satan to have dominion in your life. The goal is before you. That is where our attention should be centered.

And what is the goal? I think John summarizes it the best: “Beloved, now we are God’s children, and what we will be has not yet appeared. But we know that when he appears we shall be like him, because we shall see him as he is” (1 John 3:2).

Thursday, September 17, 2020



Below is this week’s letter from Pastor Joel. Thanks to all who sent in some support for the orphanage. You can see below how the money was used primarily to buy food. I knew that they had been without food for some days, but grateful that the church in Kisii was also able to help out.


The kids have one day a week when they are allowed to go to the field of one of the schools for exercise, which mainly would consist of playing soccer (football). However, they have been without a football for some time, so I told Joel that with this money we just sent, they should use part of it to buy one.

Footballs are not cheap there. The first time I was in Kenya we went to the market to buy one and I was surprised that one of the better footballs cost about $50 US. We were able to find what looked like a pretty good one for about half that amount. Last time I went to Kenya I brought one that cost about $5from the closeout isle at one of the stores near our home.

From Pastor Joel:


Dear Beloved Dad, Mum, Church and friends,           

Greetings in Jesus name, we thank God for the provision received sent through the friends and readers of the blog post of Pastor Don and Vivian. We are humbled once again for the care you have cared for the Log orphanage Kenya. We request your prayers for the children God to keep caring and providing for them.


We thank the church here in Kenya for sending the their food for last week, we have lacked  food only 3 days since the food was over from store, so for 6 days the church was able send some help of bananas, beans and some vegetables to sustain the children may God bless you all for your help. We Thank God for your love and concern for the children in Kenya.


Dad we will be sending background of each child as requested. Dad one of my classmate I requested for football agreed to donate it and we will update you as we receive. The children say thanks for your donation. Received Ksh. 404,000 and below is the breakdown of the budget.

The budget was Ksh385, 900


Rice=479Kilogram,one kgs=Ksh. 167x479kgs=Ksh.80,000

Maize =558.5kilogram, one kg =Ksh.200 x558.5=111,700.

Beans=400kilogramm,one kgs cost Ksh. 250x400kgs=Ksh. 85,000.

Cooking oil =60itres,one litre cost Ksh. 250x60litres=Ksh.15,000.

Soap 20Kilogram,1kg @150=Ksh.3,000.

Sanitizer 29litres, one litre @ 150=Ksh.4400

Vegetables 160 kgs. 1kgs =Ksh. 160x160kgs=Ksh.25700

Unga ngano/baking flour 143kgs

One kilogram =Ksh.140 x143kgs=Ksh.20,000

Salt 38Kgs=3800

Sugar 156.8kgs 1 kg=ksh.160 x156. 8=Ksh.25100

Blankets @ Ksh. 6300

Transport cost Ksh.5900


We had other needs of the children and within the orphanage

Appreciation to workers =Ksh. 4,000 not payment it done once for a time.

Firewood one lorry =Ksh. 14,100 =2 tones


We thank God for the provision, now daily consumption of 63 children and workers Ksh. 385900 ÷ Ksh. 19845 =19.4 days. the food budgeted will last as from Monday 14 September Date to  3 October 2020.

Thanks God bless you we are praying for you, we keep praying for you all.

Dad the school is still closed and we have not be told when it will be opened but they are on proposing on school reopening we will update on the same.


May good God bless you all. Thanks for your love. Real good we call you blessed.

Yours Son Joel and Church/Orphanage leadership.


If you would like to help the children of the Log Church Orphanage of Kisii, Kenya, you may make your check out to “The Log Church” and write “Orphans” on the memo line.

Send it to:

The Log Church

PO Box 68

Tripoli, Wisconsin 54564

We now need to pay a wire transfer fee with every payment, which amounts to

$50 each time, but other than that, your donated money will be used only for purchasing food, clothing, schooling, and other necessities of living. Nothing is held back or diverted for any other purpose. Thanks!