Christmas in Kericho


My friend Pastor Jonah of the Missions of Hope has been very busy leading up to Christmas.

This past week there was ministry to the children, hospital patients and prisoners, giving out food and drinks to those that cannot afford such things. It really warms my heart.

Here are a few photos

At the Rehabilitation Centre School.

At the hospital.
At the prison.
This weekend his church is having it's annual gathering to celebrate the birth of Christ with Christmas pageantry and music. Then early in the week he will be in leadership meetings before getting to celebrate Christmas with the villagers and his family. I am hoping they get to have a community gathering to share some food and give clothing to some of the neediest children and orphans. I wish I was there to celebrate this part with them as the needs of orphans and widows is very close to my heart.

Wishing you the joys of the season and much love and peace.



3 comments:

  1. I wish you a wonderful Christmas too, my dear Joyful with lots of love surrounding you and peace too, so badly needed in these times !
    I so admire people like your friend Pastor Jonah who dedicate their time and energy towards building communities and sharing the love...
    A big kiss to you !
    xoxo
    Lala

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  2. Thank you Lala! I totally agree that we need more love and peace and wish the same for you. Kisses back. xoxo

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  3. I wish you a wonderful Christmas too, my dear Joyful with lots of love surrounding you and peace too, so badly needed in these times !
    I so admire people like your friend Pastor Jonah who dedicate their time and energy towards building communities and sharing the love...
    A big kiss to you !
    xoxo
    Lala

    ReplyDelete

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