Kemiso David: 14-year-old boy found in the street in 2018
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 save 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 orphanage.
Our good God reward pastor Donald, Log church USA, and all the friends who pray for our Log orphanage Kenya and God be gracious to all who give their donations to support us get food, clothing, medication and school fees.
Vivian Mosoti: 9-year-old girl found in the street in 2016
Vivian’s mother lived at Itumbe town and she was a street vendor. She lived in Itembe town for 16 years and her family was not known by her neighbors. She was not married but she conceived through a boyfriend and bore Vivian her only child in the year 2014 at Getembe hospital.
In the year 2016 she unfortunately died at a fatal road accident that happened in Nyansongo when a bus they were boarding collided head on collision with a truck, leaving 7 people dead among Vivian’s mother!! Her body was buried in the cemetery. On the very burial day Vivian felt seriously sick and was rushed to Gucha level 6 hospital by an ambulance.
The same day we were also doing evangelism in the hospital premises, praying for the sick. Immediately upon their arrival we prayed with Vivian before she was attended by the doctors on duty since the patients were more than doctors!! Surprisingly enough God made an instant miracle and she recovered in an amazing way!!
The ambulance driver told us the story of Vivian, how she felt sick with shocking news of her mother’s death and he told us that Vivian had nowhere to go since her mother was dead and her family background was not known. Then he asked one of us to kindly adopt Vivian so that we will continue to pray for her and give her comfort as servants of God so that she can have courage.
The driver was not aware that besides preaching and praying for the sick in the hospital we also have passion of children ministry. After purchasing some medicine and pain killers for Vivian, we asked the ambulance driver to take us back home with Vivian.
Vivian joined the orphanage by the grace of God. Vivian was miraculously healed and from that day she has never been sick. Vivian is grateful to have received miracle healing and she is happy to be in a great company of other kids. Vivian likes dancing in church. She has hopes of becoming a dancer that she can give God glory in service. She is very happy for the support from Pastor Donald, log church and all the friends who contribute to help.
Moureen Caleb: 8-year-old girl found in the street in 2017
Moureen is a half cast. Her father was a Luo by tribe and the mother was a Kisii by tribe. They both enjoyed marriage life together with their only daughter Mourine. The parents met and married each other while they were residing in a town behind the bus stage. They were hawkers within the stage and Siaya town at large. They enjoyed family love until the year 2013 during political clashes when the tribe of the Luos killed many Kisii people and destroyed properties that belonged to the Kisii people.
Due to these tribal clashes the parents of Moureen broke the bond of marriage and Moureen together with her mother made their way to a place here in Kisii called Omosaria Center. They stayed there until the untimely death of her mother who suffered from cervical cancer. Moureen’s mother by the name Everline Nyanchama succumbed to death at Lenmark hospital while under medication.
No one could identify the family background of Everline Nyanchama to assist in the burial of the body, not even Moureen her daughter!! The body was buried in Nyambera cemetery and Moureen was left in the hands of her class teacher known as Madam Jack. This Madam had five children and accepted to adopt Moureen too.
Months later the Madam’s children started mistreating Moureen and abusing her so much even denying her food when Madam was away from home. Moureen feared to say this to Madam because she was just adopted girl in this family! The only option she remained with is to leave this home and went to the street for four weeks and 2 days before we met her there at Nyabisiongororo Centre, terribly challenged with life.
She accompanied us to Martha’s home where evangelism was to begin that day and we discovered that she was a humble and kind girl who seriously needed help and care. After evangelism we brought Moureen to the orphanage and she is very free and happy to be here in the orphanage.
Moureen likes cleaning the church and she does it regularly. She is much excited to be in the orphanage and she is thankful to God and to Pastor Donald for love he is showing to the orphanage kids despite living in a far country and the support he sends for her and other children here in the orphanage. She is in class eight now and she desire to decorate the church when she is able after school. Thanks pastor Donald and all who donate to help us in log orphanage Kenya.
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:
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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