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In Their Own Words
Edward, one of the older children, shares his thoughts on why he feels happy in his new home in Kitale and Alice, the orphanage Director talks excitedly about how this new home is an answer to prayer
From The Blog
- A New Family Member (1/7/2015) - By Cheryln Morin My first trip here in 2012, I was smitten by a young boy named Hilary. His quiet demeanor, his huge grin, his inquisitive nature. I have grown more and more fond of him each visit. He has grown into a fine young man of 16. Still quiet and a bit shy but […]
- Going to School (1/5/2015) - Yesterday we went to school. We thought we were going to Hope House to put on a fare for the neighborhood kids with face painting and ballon animals and candy prizes. We actually did put on that fare, and I had a great time trying to maintain a semblance of a line while the Loring […]
- Progress and Fun in Kenya (1/3/2015) - Today marks our team’s fourth day in Kenya. The team landed on New Years Eve just in time to ring in the new year with much celebration in Nairobi. New Years day we drove 9 hours to Kitale to start our stay at our Kenyan partner’s home. We have spent the last two days bringing […]