I heard from both Pastor Peter and Pastor Francis this week since they both received the goods we shipped over to Kenya. My thanks to Pastor Joel Chola and is team at Matheny Ministries for helping to coordinate this distribution. I am going over this Thursday, so I will be able to see firsthand the impact these resources are making and how they are being used.
First, let's start with Pastor Peter's update and pictures:
Dear Dr. John,
This is wonderful as I report that yesterday we managed to pick the cargo from Metheny Ministry. The whole family of WAPIS was joyous and overwhelmed, for this was beyond our expectation. We have to commend the packing team for the boxes were well done and clearly labelled, hence identification was easy. I have managed to contact other groups to come and pick their share.
This morning pastor Francis has confirmed he has picked his, The Bomet team has confirmed they we'll pick later in the week. On behalf of the Kenya families, I wish to pass our word of thanks from the bottom of our hearts to all the people who made this noble work worth.
May the almighty God bless you abundantly for your act of generosity will not go away unnoticed by our Father in heaven. Amen.
He is the reason for our living.
And here is Pastor Francis:
We are very happy and wanted to inform you that we received six boxes containing books, three boxes containing sports T-shirts, and seven boxes of children shoes and seven containing big shoes (all 21). God bless you so much for the supplies which are very helpful to us. We are talking to Peter to change for us the big shoes so that we get the sizes of our children.
Hope to see you in a week's time. May God's grace continue upon you.
As I mentioned, I am heading over this Thursday and still need some money to distribute to our friends to help feed the children and widows in their care. Please consider a gift through my website or send a check to PurposeQuest, PO Box 8882, Pittsburgh, PA 15221-0882 (let me know you have sent it and I will be able to take the money over before it actually arrives in my PO Box). I promise more pictures and updates when I arrive.