Thursday, July 21, 2022


Moffat Miruka – 12 Year-old boy found in 2017 during street evangelism

Moffat was born in the street of Magena and his mother raised him up with the street lifestyle. His mother was a refugee of the post-election violence, finally ending up in Magena. It was there, while living on the street, that she later conceived and gave birth  to Moffat.

In the month of October of the year 2015, we were conducting an evangelism campaign in the market of that town. During our time there, Moffat’s mother surrendered her life to Christ during the alter call carrying her baby Moffat on the arms. It pleased our hearts for this street girl to give her life to the Lord.

Business people within the market were very much moved and touched with this young street girl and blessed her with blankets, a mattress, clothes and some other food stuffs. These business people then gave us a challenge as a church to provide a house for this street girl with her son Moffat.

The church leadership accepted to look for a cheap rental house for this family and kept paying the house until January 2017 when this girl died from heart attack in Nyangusu Hospital under medication.

The body of the deceased was buried in the cemetery but this kid Moffat remained under our care. We therefore took Moffat to our orphanage so that he can grow together with other kids as we provide him with the necessities.

Right now Moffat is embraced with the orphanage lifestyle and he is glad to call the orphanage “Home.” He likes playing football and dancing in church Moffat has a great hope of using talents to glorify God forever and ever more. He appreciates the monthly support from pastor Donald, mum Vivian and other friends. God bless Log church USA.

Jackline Mokua 
 11 year-old girl found in the street in 2016

Two months after we had rescued a boy named Kemiso David out of the street that he requested that we may go and pray for the three other kids that used to be with him there before in the street. We went to that place for prayers with our intercessory team but we did not find all the three kids in the street of the town of Kenyenya.

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. The situation for them in Kenyenya 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 cried terribly 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 to help her survive. 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 the 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”. Thanks to God that through pastor Donald and the Log Church friends she is always being supplied with her needs.


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. We wait until we have $4000-$5000 before we make the bank transfer to make each transfer more economical. Nothing is held back or diverted for any other purpose. Thanks!

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