Praying for Children of Hope
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Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.
Philippians 4:6

Week of November 8 - 14

Meshack Kiptoo
Kitalale Home
11 years old - 4th grade
Loves playing cards and playing with a ball


Meshak is a confident, growing boy who has recently become more responsible. We are thankful for this maturity and pray he continues to grow socially, emotionally and spiritually.

Mishel Nasimolo
Kitalale Home
5 years old - Preschool
Loves playing games and playing with friends


Mishel is a happy, polite and smiling girl. Her health is also good despite taking daily medication. We are thankful for God's hand of blessing on her.

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Sophie Lupai
Kikuyu Home
5 years old - preschool
Loves preschool and playing with the babies at the home

Sophie is a healthy, happy and sweet girl. We are thankful for her and her strong bond with her sister, Agnes..

Moses Kihara
Kikuyu Home
9 years old - 3rd grade
Loves Sunday school

In the last school term before COVID, Moses showed some improvement in his school performance. The aunties have tried hard to keep that improvement and learning going at the home during quarantine, but please pray that Moses will continue progressing academically once he is back in school.
Staff

  • Martin Kigai - Security at the Kitalale Home
  • Andrew Chepus - Securty at the Kitalale Home
  • Dennis Nyachiro - Security at the Kikuyu Home
  • Solomon Lekalasimi - Security at the Kikuyu Home
Special Requests

  • Regarding the COVID situation in Kenya, In the past couple of weeks the numbers daily identified of persons infected with COVID-19 have increased from 4-5% to 10-14%. Just like the US, they are having a second surge of the virus. They currently have about 52,000 cases, sadly 950 fatalities, but we are hopeful because the recovery rate in Kenya is now at 69%! There has been a significant increase in cases in the village areas, where as before the cases were mainly in the Nairobi and Mombasa cities. The ICU beds are at capacity in the major/good hospitals.
  • The gathering for the full transitioned kids who are now independent adults is scheduled for Sunday Nov 1. Please pray they are encouraged and uplifted during this time. (See last week's prayer email for more info on this.)
  • With just one week notice, the government of Kenya announced that the children would begin school in-person again (Previously they had said this would not happen until January). They started with grades 4, 8 and 12 and will soon be adding the other grades. Please pray for the kids as they transition back to daily school with masks and other added safety precautions.
  • 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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