The Kenya team (Tom Menefee, Mitch Laplante, Bonnie, Floyd, Charles, Robert, Grace, and Duncan) had two full, incredible days Wednesday and Thursday.

On Wednesday, the team traveled from Thika to Nyeri. We visited Pastor Peter Wanjoi of Nyeri Baptist Church, and Elisa...

Where is _____?   John (name changed) was one of the first children that we met at the children’s home when we came.   He was very sick—HIV.    Even today he is about half the size of the other children.    HE is not here because he was gone to vocational training scho...

Today was an amazing day. Our plan was for one family to receive water but we ended up with two women receiving water.

The mother of Stephen, pastor of Bellevue, has an incredible story. Her husband was one of the first with a desire to bring water to the Kieni area. In...

Monday was a hard day of work for the Team.   Nothing we did compared to the joy of water upon Helen and her family.   Helen is a single mother with three children at home. Priscilla is a special needs child. Never in her wildest dreams did she believe that she would h...

All loaded in Atlanta.  Headed to Amsterdam.   Everyone so excited.  Garry Freeman safely in Nairobi waiting on us.     This is going to be awesome .

The vision becomes a reality with a new well on the Daily Bread Life Children's Home Farm to serve the farm, Bread of Life Secondary School, and to free up the existing well to provide water to the surrounding villages.    In the October newsletter, the well was featur...

There's more water coming to Kenya! The new borehole is located on Charles and Grace's property, and will be responsible for supplying water in the Mweiga community.


The difference between a well and a borehole is the width and depth of the hole.


Allen and Teresa graduated today with college degrees. They were among the first to arrive at the newly built Daily Bread Life Children's Home. Over twelve years ago, Neema, Mpeli, Bonnie, and I dreamed that one day, one of the orphans from Daily Bread Life Children's...

Praise the Lord! Twenty-five members of the Shalom Church in Kenya were baptized on Sunday!

Many of those baptized were young people, but we were blessed to see a wide range of ages responding to the ministry in the community, including a man in his seventies that we've...

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