Praying for Children of Hope
Thank you for being a prayer warrior on behalf of our children and staff.
We believe in the power of prayer!

And I tell you, ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. Luke 11:9
Week of January 17 - 23

Jonathan Kiprop
Kitalale Home
6 years old - 2nd Grade
Loves playing soccer

Jonathan is a hard worker around the home as well as with the farm animals. He loves to laugh and always has a smile on his face. We are so thankful for him!

Jonathan and Ann are biological siblings, even though they have different last names (common in Kenyan culture). Their sweet sibling bond is very strong. Please pray this continues as they get older.

Ann Chelangat
Kitalale Home
7 years old - 2nd grade
Loves reciting poems and dancing


Ann is a very hard working and motivated student, often doing extra assignments. Please pray this continues for her throughout her entire academic career.

Jonathan and Ann are biological siblings, even though they have different last names (common in Kenyan culture). Their sweet sibling bond is very strong. Please pray this continues as they get older.

Fabrigas Otieno
Kikuyu Home
7 years old - 1st grade
Loves playing soccer and running races

Fabrigas is doing very well academically, especially in reading and writing. We are thankful for his progress.

Grace Wanja
Kikuyu Home
6 years old - 1st grade
Loves doing arts and crafts

The staff has enjoyed seeing Grace grow spiritually. Although shy sometimes, she has become more comfortable praying and sharing simple Bible stories.
Staff

  • Susan Chemutai - Housekeeper at the Kitalale Home
  • Agnes Khamati - Housekeeper at the Kikuyu Home
Special Requests
  • Freddy joined college last week and moved into an apartment. Pray he makes good friends and applies himself to his studies.
  • Samson (Administrator at Kikuyu Home) and his wife had a baby girl named Leticia on December 26th. Praise for her safe arrival and prayers for them as they adjust and enjoy their new life as a family.  
  • Wilson (Bus Driver at Kikuyu Home) and his wife had a baby boy last week. They now have 3 boys. Praise for his safe arrival and prayers for them as they adjust to another member in their family.  
  • In Kenya, the new school year starts in January. All classes for the children started January 4th. Please pray for a smooth transition back to school for everyone. After such a long break for COVID-19, they will be doing a lot of catch up this year therefore they will have shorter breaks than usual. Pray for the kids to be focused and have endurance in their studies.
  • Pray for a hedge of protection around our children and staff as they stay safe from the COVID-19 virus. So far there have been no cases in either of our homes.


Please pray for the children in our Kikuyu and Kitalale homes in the following ways:
  • Pray for their spiritual growth and that the seeds planted in their hearts by the Word of God will grow and flourish
  • Pray for good physical health and growth as well as protection from disease/sickness
  • Pray for determination and a strong work ethic in school
  • Pray for healthy emotional growth, increased self confidence and healing from any past traumas

Please pray for the staff in the following ways:
  • Pray for wisdom as they make decisions on behalf of the children and the ministry
  • Pray for physical and spiritual protection for them and their families
  • Pray for a strong connection of love and care between the Kenyan staff and the children

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