Displaced children rescued by our Kinship Projects experience miracles often. And sometimes, these miracles happen in unexpected ways. In our Kinship Projects, the pastors and the caregivers are often given back just as much joy and love as they give to the orphans they minister to. Both need each other. And God uses these needs […]
Your Gifts Saved Racheal’s Life!
Do you remember Racheal? She’s the 16 year-old-girl living in the Kireka Kinship home in Uganda who nearly died due to a liver disease (check out Racheal’s story). You remember how terrified Racheal was that she would die, as she watched her foot and her abdomen swell unnaturally because of the disease affecting her liver. […]
“I Don’t Want To Die”
Racheal Nanfuka came into Jungo Kinship Home after both of her parents died. Just a few years later Racheal started to get sick. Here is Racheal’s story from her own perspective: In the middle of last year, my stomach started swelling. Everyone at school thought I was pregnant and no one believed that I wasn’t, […]
When Bugs Are Literally Crawling Under Your Skin
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 the bottom of your foot. […]
This May be the Worst Crime Towards Women!
Will you join the Lumut Kinship Project in their fight to end FGM in the Pokot Tribe by supporting them with $50 a month? Maybe you’re lucky enough that you’ve never heard of FGM? Or if you have, then maybe you’re lucky enough to feel that it’s “far away” and you’ve no reason to fear it […]