The Cambodia Kinship Church is located right in the middle of the garment factories in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Factory workers have exhausting schedules, working Monday through Saturday from 7:00-4:00 and sometimes working overtime until 8:00 in the evening. The work is labor intensive, stressful, and doesn’t even pay a living
Ever since Fatima Bey was a young girl, she knew she was here for a specific purpose. “God put me here to change lives,” she said – and that’s exactly what she's doing. For years, the talented seamstress, teacher, and entrepreneur has been faithfully helping Kinship United take on a
Emily Lomoke has always faced life alone. Her parents died when she was young, and now she is a single mother. When Emily was already drowning in challenges, she almost had to drop out of school – her only hope of getting out of poverty’s clutches - because of…her period.
Picture it: the sun is shining and you decide to leave your shoes inside and walk around your backyard barefoot this summer. You feel the soft grass under your feet and between your toes. It even tickles a bit! It’s total bliss until you feel a sharp pain shoot through
If you’ve worked with Kinship United before, you know our mission. You know we restore the childhoods of orphans and give widows the opportunity to care for them in a loving family environment, the Kinship Home. But have you ever wondered why orphans and widows? They connect on a level