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Our Newest Family Member

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Introducing our sweet Baby Abagael ( Gael )   Gael was abandoned at the hospital, found just laying in the hall way.  She is estimated to be around 4 months. You would not know this by her size, Gael weighs 3.4 kgs and is only 19 inch tall.  She has had some breathing problems we think caused by allergies.  This was the greetings she received when she got home. All her brothers and sisters were so excited to see her.  Even her closest in age Thomas ( 17 months ), he just had to give her a kiss!  She is such a sweet baby! And so loved! Thank you everyone praying for Baby Abagael and all of us at Tumaini Children's Home where we are dedicated to building family and home!  Please continue to consider sponsoring one of our children, several are still available for sponsorship.  Complete monthly sponsorships are $150 but this can be shared between several sponsors.  We will keep you personally update on your sponsored child with pictures and all activities they and all of us are invo…

Yep, and it just keeps getting better!

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A continuing walk of Faith!   " Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. For by it the elders obtained a good testimony.  By faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible." Hebrews 11:1-3   We believe God is providing for us a good testimony here in Kenya!  We had some wonderful friends from the states come by Tumaini Children's Home this week. Ray & Geri Tucker, Linda Freeman & Rick Parsons came with this scripture and to pray with us and encourage us on our next step of faith.  At the beginning of October God opened a door of opportunity for us to purchase the land and house you see below.    The house has 7 bedrooms, 6 baths, large kitchen and dinning, large setting room exc... to say the least it is a house that will accommodate our growing family.  The house sits on 1/2 acre with plenty of ground for the children to run …