House Of Hope
House Of Hope has been giving hope to the surrounding community despite the many challenges. The government employed Nurses strike has impacted heavily on HoH clinic as many sick patients travel to seek treatment, some of which come without anyone supporting them to be treated, weighing the heavy burden of cost of treatment on House of Hope. HOH has been able in its outreach to minister to widows and Orphans spiritually. It has been working on expansion of its small facilities and will need prayers to attain the required buildings for the clinic.
Patients at House Of Hope. The Nurses and Clinical officers strike in Kenya is stretching HoH services
House of Hope widows outreach ministry
House Of Hope Spiritual Emphasis to Orphans
Expansion of the House Of Hope clinic. Pray for more provision to complete construction
Zion Baptist Kintergarten Groundbreaking Ceremony
Unite 4 Africa supported Orphans program at Zion Baptist, which led to a start of a kindergarten for young children that could not walk long distance to the primary schools in the area. This year God blessed us with a partner, a Christian NGO from South Korea, SARANGBAT through its Worldshare Korea, which has offered to help in constructing three classrooms, an office and a store for the kindergarten. End of September we did a groundbreaking ceremony to start the construction.
Groundbreaking ceremony for Zion Baptist Kindergarten supported by SARANGBAT through WORLDSHARE from South Korea
Because of the long drought in Kenya, Zion Baptist Kindergarten children have been going without water, which was affecting attendance and attentive participation in class. Pastor Simon through WITHOPEN EYES donated a ten thousand liters water tank that will help the kindergarten have water to be used by children.
Pastor Simon with his wife of WITHOPEN EYES donate water Tank to Zion Baptist kindergarten
In the month of September, Rev Okongo who is the President of Unite 4 Africa led two teams from USA, states of Arizona and Kentucky. They visited the countries of Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya. In Kenya the teams came together and distributed bibles, prayers for the Matapato Bible school and preaching to encourage the believers.
Rev. Okongo Samson, Unite 4 Africa president encouraging believers while preaching at Zion Baptist Church
USA team with the community
Joyce Nott from Kentucky USA donating ball to Oloshaiki Nursery School
- Pray for provision for construction work at House of hope, equipment and supplies enough to cater for its surrounding community
- Pray for Kenya Presidential election on October 26, 2017 that it will be peaceful
- Pray for the rains in Kenya as it has been a long draught and animals are more weak and many dying
- Pray for the construction of Zion Baptist Kindergarten
Mission Outreach Director