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Grandchild – Kevin Daniels

25 Apr 2001
Kevin & Amy

Kevin & Amy

Our tenth grandchild, little Kevin Michael Daniels, was born in Saudi Arabia three weeks ago. Sherry went in January to help our daughter-in-law, Mona, who was experiencing a very difficult pregnancy. But, praise the Lord, little Kevin was born healthy! Many of you were praying for this special ministry trip, and we are so grateful!

I joined Sherry and Tim’s family in the Kingdom for two weeks in March. In addition to enjoying the family, we also had chances to minister – not only to Tim’s family but also to a fellowship of believers. This little
fellowship even gave us a love offering which was such a blessing at time when we really needed special funds, not only to cover some of the trip expenses, but also for a couple of pressing projects here in Kenya. The Lord supplies in very unexpected ways sometimes!

Back in Kenya: So many good things have been happening so fast that I haven’t even had a chance to get this prayer letter written! We have started some new ministries and revived others which were sinking, and one particularly great blessing was the opportunity to teach a short seminar to group of pastors in Western Kenya.

Good rains have finally come to Kenya and the crisis is over. For those of you who contributed to the famine relief project over the past 8 months, only heaven will reveal the full extent of the lives which were touched and souls saved through your generosity! May God bless you richly for caring!

 
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Famine Update

12 Apr 2001

Good rains have finally come to Kenya and the crisis is over. For those of you who contributed to the famine relief project over the past 8 months, only heaven will reveal the full extent of the lives which were touched and souls saved through your generosity! May God bless you richly for caring!!

Here’s one specific testimony from Pastor Stephen Ngunjiri. He sent this following report during the worst of the crisis. It is just ONE of MANY similar examples of the spiritual fruit, and the demonstration of the Love of Christ, which we witnessed during this crisis.

Pastor Ngunjiri wrote…

“The food was shared among 277 families from three local Churches – Timau Baptist Church, Ngenia Baptist Church and East Laikipia Baptist Church. Also, all the visitors and those who attend the above named Churches, and who are not Church members were included in the sharing of the food.

“As we had decided to give out the food on Sunday, after the service, more than 700 people had the opportunity to hear the good news of the food of life. Again we would like to say thank you very much and may Almighty God bless you for your generous contribution to the needy.”

 
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