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Schools on our waiting list

Silverplate School

The entire school administration has 4 teachers who serve a population of 65 pupils

$325a month

The Covenant Shield Junior

The entire school administration has 9 teachers who serve a population of 75 pupils.

$375a month

The Happy Angel

The entire school administration has 5 teachers who serve a population of 76 pupils.

$380a month

Success Care Centre

The entire school administration has 5 teachers who serve a population of 88 pupils.

$440a month

Lexyberyl Academy

The entire school administration has 4 teachers who serve a population of 89 pupils

$445a month

Ngunyumu Centre

The entire school administration has 7 teachers who serve a population of 120 pupils

$600a month

St. Priscar Education Center

The entire school administration has 8 teachers who serve a population of 128 pupils.

$640a month

Jasil Education Centre

The entire school administration has 10 teachers who serve a population of 148 pupils.

$740a month

Vessels Of Wisdom Academy

The entire school administration has 6 teachers who serve a population of 185 pupils

$925a month

Lucy Education Centre

The entire school administration has 8 teachers who serve a population of 205 pupils.

$1025a month

Eljoy Education Centre

The entire school administration has 12 teachers who serve a population of 248 pupils.

$1240a month

Red Hill Academy

The entire school administration has 7 teachers who serve a population of 282 pupils.

$1410a month

Super Education Centre

The entire school administration has 11 teachers who serve a population of 408 pupils.

$2040a month

Brainstorm Junior School

The entire school administration has 23 teachers who serve a population of 545 pupils.

$2725a month

Torati Angels

The entire school administration has 24 teachers who serve a population of 856.

$4280a month

Working Together For Good

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Working Together For Good

It is a very interesting thing to reflect on all the differences in cross-cultural ministry. One of the things we have learned to embrace from our trips to Kenya is that we must always hurry up and wait. Day two of our time here proved to be no different.

We left our hotel late morning, not because we wanted to, but because the agreed upon meeting time seemed to be flexible to our Kenyan friends, by a few hours. This is something we have learned to accept and even laugh about. Nonetheless, we continued to a town called “Lucky Summer” to begin dividing up the food for the 21 schools in our feeding program.

Throughout the day, we were reminded of how different we are, and yet, how our purpose in this life is ultimately the same.

Isaiah 43:6-7 says:

“I will say to the north, Give up,
and to the south, Do not withhold;
bring my sons from afar
and my daughters from the end of the earth,
everyone who is called by my name,
whom I created for my glory,
whom I formed and made.”

Yes, it was frustrating trying to communicate cross-culturally to one another the best ways of completing tasks and how to best serve each other, but at the end of the day we were overjoyed to see how God, who created each of us with so many different and good gifts, used 13 guys to accomplish what we had set out to do. To that we can say, “to the only wise God be glory forevermore through Jesus Christ! Amen.”