Kenya Relief

Finding freedom in Kenya

About every 6 months or so, Lee (my husband) and I have the same conversation. Me: “I just don’t feel like I’m doing anything with my life.” Lee: “what do you want to do? Lets make it happen.” Me: “I don’t know – I just want to do something BIG, something that matters.” Since I […]

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Joshua

Many of you have heard the story of Joshua, an orphan who Sandy Boultinghouse met and rescued during her last stay in Kenya. He was ill, having suffered years of abuse and neglect, plus the effects of general poverty. Under Sandy’s care, he came to live at the Kenya Relief orphanage, where he got stronger […]

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Michael and Sandy – and Kenya

In just a few days, Michael and Sandy Boultinghouse will be headed back to Migori, Kenya to work at Kenya Relief’s orphanage, farm, and clinic for a 6-month stint.  They lived there for a year in 2008. We thought we’d catch up with them before they leave to find out what’s on their hearts and […]

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new notes from Kenya

We’ve gotten some more emails from the team; here’s what Matt Miller had to say: Hi once again, Today was hands-down the best day yet.  I hope to briefly convey to you the miracles we witnessed with my completely inadequate words.  Today we were visiting a few schools out in the “bush,” and so though […]

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Kenya update – some statistics

Another email from our Kenya team – this time from team member Matt Miller: Hello again, Today was a super amazing day…here are some numbers: Schools visited: 7 Children Visited: 1287 Smiling Children: 1287 (of course) Kenya Style handshakes: 638 Hugs: 821 High 5s: 483 Pictures Taken: over 2000 (we are ridiculous) Dodgeball games played: […]

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Kenya update – July 4

We received a couple of emails today from our team currently serving in Kenya, here they are: from Gail Richard: Woke up at the sound of a rooster crowing, then took turns with the bathroom, ate breakfast, and rushed to church to lead the children with songs. The children were then divided into groups according […]

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This weekend @ Fellowship North

This Sunday Pastor Fred Otieno will be here from Migori, Kenya.  Don’t miss this chance to hear him share the Word with us.  We’ll be singing these songs together: Oh give thanks Freedom [Eddie James] Trading my sorrows [Israel & New Breed] Your grace is enough [Darwin Hobbs] You are God alone [Marcus Cole]

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Craig in Kenya

One of our pastors, Craig Loibner, is in Migori, Kenya.  This email was received on Sunday.  He will be returning to Arkansas at the end of this week. Yesterday was a full day.  Since it was Saturday, all the children were out of school and hanging around the compound.  It also was a good day […]

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