Friday, September 14, 2012

Report from Jonah at Missions of Hope Kenya

Hello friends, it has been awhile since you've heard from my friend Jonah in Kenya. Please click on the link below and read what he is up to. It would be wonderful if you could leave him a comment to encourage him at this time. Thanks and see you soon!



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11 comments:

joy said...

Blessings. I wrote Jonah a message:)

Joyful said...

Thank you, Joy. God bless you. xx

Laurie Collett said...

Blessings to Jonah & his mom, & to you too! I love your header photo! Thanks so much for commenting on Saved by Grace!

Denise said...

Bless you for sharing this, going to leave Jonah a message.

momto8 said...

will go visit his blog and send good wishes his way!

Sabine Gimm said...

I sent them my congratulations ♥
Greetings Sabine

Joyful said...

Thank you everyone for your kindness!

Jan said...

Congratulations to Jonah and his Mum. Will be reading and sending a message. x

kermar said...

Penny, Thanks for posting this. I see it is a busy time for your friend Jonah. However, I didn't see any update for Linet. There was no information on how she went with her appointment at the hospital on the 28th August 2012. I hope that as a charity, "Missions of Hope" will be able to update on Linet's progress, and the progress of others, because people have donated cash to this cause, out of the kindness of their hearts. Thank you for you understanding. I continue to pray for those in need. Yours faithfully, Mrs Christofis

Joyful said...

Hello Mrs. Christofis, I see that you don't have any blog or email link so I almost deleted this comment. If you are a follower of Missions of Hope (MOH), you will know that progress reports/status updates are always provided on MOH blog. It was only 2 weeks ago when Linet went for her evaluation, so there is no report posted as of yet. There will be one in due course when Jonah is finished with his thesis. As for donations to the charity, these are always welcome and accepted, however there are very few of the blog readers who actually make a donation to any of the needs of the MOH. We make the repoerts largely in the hopes that people will be inspired to pray and to give but all of that is between them and God. Thanks for your understanding.

Joyful said...

p.s. I forgot to mention that those that did make a donation to help Little Linet have been personally advised as to her condition. Information will be provided to blog readers as a courtesy, later. Thank you again. We covet your heartfelt prayers.

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