FAITH PETER AGE: 10
FOUND FROM THE STREET.
SHE CAME TO THE ORPHANAGE 2017
Faith was a child of a single mother called Jane. This woman Jane gave birth to Faith at Nyamache Market center where she was living in a rental house. Faith stayed with her mother until untimely death of her mother from heart attack.
The area chief of Nyamache location adopted this young girl faith to his family in the year 2015 and 2016. But due to severe mistreatment from the chief’s children, Faith made her way to the street where she struggled with life for two months before we met her during evangelism.
She came to the market where we were preaching the gospel and we thought that she was insane because she was extremely dirt with worn-out clothes!! We later realized that she was a street girl.
She came to request us that we may support her with buying her clothes and food. We were very much touched with her situation and we felt that being a girl should get a safe place to stay. Eventually, we adopted her in the orphanage.
Faith behaves very well and she is a good girl. She is thanking God for saving her from the street life and she is grateful for being provided with her needs in the orphanage. Every day in our prayer schedule Faith has to pray before we end the session. She has a passion to be a gospel artist. She likes singing very much.
FOUND: FROM STREET DURING EVANGELISM
YEAR HE CAME TO THE ORPHANAGE 2017
They all shouted in the loudest voice with anger “We must kill peter tonight!!! We swear and people will confirm that tomorrow when they will find his dead body!”
We spent there 3 hours begging them not to harm Peter, but none of them could listen to us. Their temper was very high despite the people of that area chimed in to cause them change mind of killing their colleague. Back in the year 2016 the same boys had killed one of their colleagues in the same manner.
We asked for a volunteer to take Peter to his home as a means of protecting him and safe his life, but everyone around was fearing to take a street boy. Eventually we were the only one who had courage to bring Peter with us. We brought him to the orphanage, taking risk of helping him but being encouraged in our hearts through the previous street kids we had adopted. We thought that Peter also might be a good boy who was in a wrong place.
Right now Peter is in the safe hands of God and has never done any crime for the past three years we have stayed with him in the orphanage facility. We did guidance and counseling on the first day we brought him in the orphanage and took him to school and we can testify that Peter is well behaving and polite boy.
Peter likes playing football and dancing in church. He is determined to use his dancing gift in giving God Glory Peter says that he will live to serve God who saved him from street death.
YEAR SHE CAME TO THE ORPHANAGE: 2018
Malvin was born in a polygamous family and these families lived in Kericho town where both the parents were casual workers on tea plantations. Before Malvin was born, her father was rejected by his only and one uncle after the death of his mother, who had been a single parent. Malvin’s father was 22 years old when she died.
During post-election violence in 2007, the father of Malvin and her mother were brutally killed. They were burned to ash when the house where they hid was surrounded by perpetrators and was put on fire.
Malvin shifted to stay with her step mother who totally rejected her. 11 years later the woman vacated Kericho town to unknown place, leaving this girl Malvin behind mercilessly. This is where we met Malvin helpless and adopted her to the orphanage. The spirit of rejection passed on from the father to Malvin, his daughter!!!
This girl Malvin is humbled to be among other kids in the orphanage and with the good environment of the orphanage, she has a piece of mind and she is praising God for every pr ovision she gets through the friends of Pastor Donald and the church of Kenya. She likes teaching other kids songs of worshiping God and she trains them memory verses. She has a passion of becoming a teacher of the word of God after school.
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!