Reports About Sponsored Children

TO KIMUYU AND DR. JOHN FOUNDATION COMMITTEE
KANSAS CITY, U.S.A.

VISITATION OF SPONSORED CHILDREN OF
KIMUYU AND DR. JOHN FOUNDATION BY PASTOR JACINTA

STEPHEN NZIOKA, sponsored by John and Vicki Helgesen and family

I found Stephen’s guardian working on her small garden. She has planted maize and beans. The child had gone to school. He has good health. He is seven years old in class two. He will be promoted to class three next year. The house they live in is very small and needs repair. The goats are well kept.  I prayed for their needs, and we shared a word of God from Matthew 5.

MULELE MUSEMBI, sponsored by Kay Hopkins, Bill Frank, and Chloe and Kael Johnson

Here I found Mulele’s grandmother and the grandmother’s sister-in-law. The child is very bright. He is in position one in class 4. He is 10 years old. He has good health. There is no improvement to the house. The grandmother has a small garden and has planted maize and beans. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 121.

MULWA KILONZO, sponsored by Peggy Dollard

I found Mulwa’s mother working in her small garden. She has planted maize and beans. The child had gone to school. The mother told me he is preparing to sit for his KCPE exam. His health is good. This family is in poor shape. The mother is a widow who earns a living through casual laboring. There is no improvement in the house. The goats are well kept. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Luke 18.

JOHN MUSEMBI NTHIANA, sponsored by Kevin and Linda Fewell

I found the mother of the child doing household duties.  She said the child is doing well in class. His health is good. Both parent are alive, but are jobless. They have a small garden. They have planted maize and beans. The goats are well kept. There is no improvement to the house; it needs repairs. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalm 125.

MERCY MUENI, sponsored by David and Ingrid Waggoner and family

I found the child’s grandmother. The child had gone to school at Ray Academy. She told me the child is doing very well in class.  She is in class 3. Her health is good. The house is fair but needs repairs. They have a small garden. They have planted maize and beans. I shared a word of God from Psalms 34 and prayed for their needs.

JANET MBITHE, sponsored by Kathy and Tim Curren

I found Janet together with her mother. They still stay at Masii market. They have no land. They must pay rent for a house. The child is in class 3. She is average. Her health is good. The goats are well kept. They must buy food.  I shared a word of God from Psalms 40 and prayed for their needs.

MULELA KALELI, sponsored by David and Ingrid Waggoner and family

I found Mulela with his mother. They still stay at Masii market. They have no land to cultivate. The mother is a casual laborer. Mulela is in class 5 and will be promoted to class 6.  He is doing well in class and has good health. I shared a word of God from Matthew 15 and prayed for their needs.

MERCY MUTHEU, sponsored by Kay Hopkins, Bill Frank, and Chloe and Kael Johnson

I found Mercy together with the other four children. They stay at Masii market in a single room with one bed – the children sleep on the floor. The mother earns a living through casual laboring. Mercy is in class 4 and is doing well. Her health is good. They don’t cultivate because they have no land. The goat has given birth for a second round. We had a short program of prayer and sang different choruses. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from 1 Peter 4.

JACINTA MUTHIO, sponsored by David and Lonnie Walgren and family

Jacinta has set for her KCPE and is waiting for results. She and her guardian have worked very hard on their garden; they planted maize, beans and cowpeas. The health of the child is good. There is no improvement to the house; the roof needs repairs. The child was given another goat after the first one died. It has yet to give birth. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Isaiah 45.

MUASYA KAVETE, sponsored by John and Vicki Helgesen and family, and Daniel Helgesen and family

I found Muasya together with her grandmother. They have a small garden. They have planted maize, beans and cowpeas. The child is in good health. He is doing very well in class. He is above average. Next year, he will be promoted to class 7. There is no improvement to the house. The goat has given birth for a first round. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 45.

KYALO KIMEU, sponsored by Dick and Loy Markley

Kyalo is in form 3 and, God willing, will join 4 next year. He is doing very well in class. His health is good. The house is fair. They have a small garden planted with maize and beans.  The goat is well kept and has given birth for a second round. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 121.

MUSAU MAVUTI, sponsored by Rick and Ellen Wilcox and family

MUTUA MAVUTI, sponsored by Mike and Janie Fee

I found the two children with their guardian. They have worked very hard on their small garden. They planted cowpeas and maize. The two children are very bright in class. Mutua is in class 6 while Masau is in class 3. There is no improvement of the house; the roof needs repair. The goat they received after the first one died is well kept. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 20.

MUMBUA MULWA, sponsored by Roland and Betty Pera

Mumbua is in form 1. She is doing well in class. Her health is good. Her mother is a casual laborer. They live in a three-room house. It is not decorated. After the first goat died, they were given another. It has yet to give birth. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalm 125.

SYOMBUA MUSENGYA, sponsored by Michael Hamlin

KYALO MUSENGYA, sponsored by Bill and Mary Jo Moore

I found the two children together with their mother. The mother is a single lady who is abnormal. They have worked hard on the garden. They have planted maize and beans. There is no improvement to the house. They have one room. It has no windows. They sleep on the floor. They have constructed a kitchen, which is not permanent. The children are doing well in class. Syombua is in class 3 while Kyalo is in class 1. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 133.

KANINI MUSYOKA, sponsored by David and Jacquelyn Bergman

I found Kanini and her guardian. They were working in the garden. They planted maize, beans and cowpeas. The child is doing well in class and will be promoted next year to class 3. Her health is good. They live on one side of a small house that belongs to Kanini’s grandmother. They have three goats that are well kept. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 62.

WAVINYA MUTINDA, sponsored by Bill and Mary Jo Moore

MUUO MUTINDA, sponsored by Scott and Candy Thompson

I found the two children together with their mother. The two children were suspended from school and did not sit for exams. Wavinya is in class 5 and Muuo in in nursery. This family is in poor shape. They live in a single room, sleep on the floor and have no bed. The mother is a casual laborer. The Lord has blessed them with a small garden, and they planted maize and beans. The goat is well kept and soon will give birth for a third round. I prayed for their needs and shared the word of God from Luke 18.

ERICK MUMO, sponsored by Kay Hopkins, Bill Frank, and Chloe and Kael Johnson

I found the child with his grandmother. He is in good health. He is in nursery school and will be promoted to class 1 next year. The house has two rooms. There is no improvement. The father is always drunk. The goat is to give birth for a second round. In a small side garden, they planted maize and beans.  I prayed for their needs and shared the word of God from Psalms 20.

NGUSYE NGUI, sponsored by Kristine and Larry Paulsen

The child and her guardian were cultivating a small garden planted with maize and beans. Ngusye is in class 3. She is doing well. The goat is well kept and has given birth for the third round. The second kid goat was given to Musau and Mulwa Mavuti. The house is fair, but it has cracks and needs repair. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalm 77.

KIMEU MUTUA, sponsored by Rick and Ellen Wilcox and family

In my last visit, Kimeu was sick, but now he is okay. He is in class 5 and next year, God willing, will be promoted to class 6. He is average. They have a small garden planted with maize and beans. The house has cracks, which need repairs. The goat is well kept and has given birth for the third round. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from James 1.

MUIA and WANZA SYOMBUA, sponsored by Kay Hopkins, Bill Frank, and Chloe and Kael Johnson

I found the two children with their grandmother. The Lord has blessed the family with a small garden where they planted maize and beans. The children are doing well in class. Next year, they will be promoted to class 8. They have good health. The goat died, but they were given another and it is well kept. It has yet to give birth. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 46.

NORAH MUTINDA, sponsored by Kay Hopkins, Bill Frank, and Chloe and Kael Johnson

I found Norah, her grandmother and mother, who has been sick for many days. The mother is under medical treatment and attends clinic every two weeks. She is very weak. Norah is in class 5 but her performance is poor. The goat is well kept but is yet to give birth for the third round.  They have a small garden and have planted maize and beans. Norah’s health seems good. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Job 19.

KELVIN MUTHAMA, sponsored by Mike and Janie Fee

I found this child with the grandmother.  Kelvin has completed class 8, sat for exams and is awaiting results. The Lord has blessed the family with a small garden where they have planted maize and beans. The house where the child stays has cracks and needs repairs. The goat is well kept.  I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 1.

LILIAN MUTHEU, sponsored by Kay Hopkins, Bill Frank, and Chloe and Kael Johnson

I found Lilian with her mother, who is not normal. They have a small garden with maize and beans.  The goat has given birth for a third round.  Lilian is in class 3 and will be promoted to class 4 next year. She is doing well in school and is in good health. The family is in poor shape. They live in a single room with one bed. The children sleep on the floor. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 103.

MWENDWA NDINDA, sponsored by Marc and Masumi Helgesen

I found Mwendwa with his grandmother. The child is not normal and has been sick for many years. His body is very weak. He cannot walk or hold anything. The child needs a lot of attention. On the other hand, the family has worked hard on a garden. They planted maize and beans. The goats are well kept. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Philippians 4.

WAMBUA MUTANU, sponsored by David and Lonnie Walgren

I found this child with his grandmother and mother, who is not normal. They have worked hard on their garden, although it is very small. They planted maize and beans. Wambua is in class 2 and is doing well. He will be promoted to class 3. His health is good. The house is fair. The goat has given birth for a third round. The second kid was donated to another family. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 121.

MWENDWA WAMBUA, SPONSOR NEEDED (only $390/year)

I found the child with his grandmother. The child has set for his KCPE exam and is awaiting results. The family has worked on a garden planted with maize and beans. The goat is well kept and has given birth for a second round. The child has good health. The house is fair. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Luke 4.

MWIKALI MWATU, sponsored by Ken and Connie Ross

I found Mwikali with her father. The child has set for her KCPE exam and awaits results. The family has worked hard on a garden planted with maize and beans. The child has good health. The father is a casual laborer. The goat is well kept and has given birth for a second round. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 127.

MUTUNGI KIMATU, sponsored by Sharyl and Walter Serafin

I found Mutungi with his aunt. The health of this child is poor. He is HIV positive and attends clinic every month. He is in class 6. His performance is not good. On a small side garden, they planted maize and beans.  The goat is well kept and has given birth for a second round. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 138.

NDOLO MWANIA, sponsored by Peggy Dollard

The child is a total orphan and stays with a neighbor. The boy is satisfied with the home where he stays. The house is well built. His health is good. He is in class 6 and, next year, will be promoted to class 7.  The goat given after the first one died is well kept. On a small side garden, they have planted maize and beans.

COSMAS NGUMBI, NEED SPONSOR (only $390/year)

I found Cosmas with his stepmother. He is in class 6 and doing well. On a side garden, they have tried. Maize and beans are planted. After the first goat died, they were given another, which is well kept. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God form Isaiah 43.

VERONICAH KATUMBI, sponsored by Phil and Stephanie Doeschot

I found the child with her mother. She is in form 3 at Rogatta Rogai secondary school and is doing well. Her mother is a casual laborer. The house has cracks and needs repairs. They have a small garden with maize and beans. The goat is well kept and has given birth for a second round. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Revelation 21.

MARY MUNYAO, sponsored by Vivian Gilbreth

I found Mary with her grandmother. They were looking after cattle. Their house has many cracks, and the roof needs repair.  They have a small garden planted with maize and beans. Mary is in class 3. Her performance is average. Her health is good. They were given another goat after the first one died and it is well kept. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 91.

BAHATI MAINGI, NEED SPONSOR (only $390/year)

I found Bahati with his mother. The mother is a widow with five children. She is a casual laborer. They have a small garden with maize and beans. They live in two rooms. The roof needs repair. Bahati is in class 4 and, next year, will be promoted to class 5. He is in good health. The goat has given birth for a third time but the second kid was transferred to another needy family. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 46.

KIOKO MUNYAO, sponsored by Mike and Kathy Boehmer and family

I visited the home of this child but found only the mother.  She said the child is schooling in Yatta district, Masinga division. He is in class 7 and, next year, will be promoted to class 8. His health, she says, is good. This mother has a lot of problems. She looks very disturbed. There is no improvement in the house, a single room. She said she left the goat at Yatta and it has given birth for a second round. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from James 5. This mother needs to be supported in prayers and encouragement.

JOB MUSEMBI, NEED SPONSOR (only $390/year)

ERICK WAMBUA, NEED SPONSOR (only $390/year)

I found the two children, a grandmother and Job’s mother, who is abnormal and crippled. The children were in the garden, cultivating maize and beans. They are in class 7 and will be promoted to class 8. Their health is good. The house is much damaged. It is almost falling down. The goat is well kept and has given birth for the third round. I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 91.

MERCY NDUNGE, NEED SPONSOR (only $390/year)

I found Mercy with a grandmother. The home is situated in Mbooni area Makueni district. The child is a total orphan. She is in class 6. She is average. Her health is good. On a small side garden, they have planted maize and beans. The goat is well kept. It has given birth for the third round. The house is fair.  I prayed for their needs and shared a word of God from Psalms 103.

MUSEMBI NTHEMYA, sponsored by Jimmi Kimuyu

Musembi is in class 4, Thika school for the blind. Their home is at Mbooni. It is situated at a very hilly place. The health of the child is good. He is performing well in class. The goat has given birth for a first round. They have a small garden and have planted maize and beans. I prayed for their needs and shared a word from Psalms 34.

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