Today is International Widows day. We celebrate the amazing women who work in our Kinships every day, but today we would love to tell you about one of our newest Caregivers: Gladys Munubi Gladys Munubi is a widow and a mother of two children. She is also one of the Caregivers
Kinship means surviving together, helping each other, and working with one another to solve a problem. The people in our Kinship churches have taken this philosophy to heart and are living it out every day. One Kinship Church that is working to solve a problem in their community is the
Innocent Innocent is a 14-year-old boy who has never met his parents. His mother died during childbirth, and his father was killed by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). When Innocent was born he was given to his blind grandfather who would become his primary caretaker, until he was killed too.
Kinship is more than a home caring for orphans and widows. It is a whole community caring for each other. When you help a Kinship, you’re not acting as a missionary on the outside, but you come into their family and become part of it! Kinships are tribal communities often
Veronica, 10 yrs old Paul and Veronica’s parents were murdered, and in an instant, they were orphans. Thankfully, their family was there to help…or so it seemed. Paul and Veronica’s aunt took them to her house to stay with her, but her intentions were far from good. As soon as