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The Teachers Strike

There is a national teachers strike in Kenya, so the children who attend public school could not return to classes on September 3.  This makes our library project even more critical to the residents and children in the town of Banana, as evidenced by this report from Pastor Peter:

Dr. John,

Am happy to write this letter to you, trusting that God granted you a safe journey and also a fruitful time 1 Library Entrancein Kenya. At WAPIS we are okay and busy because teachers all over the country have gone on strike and hence students have not reopened for third term as was expected. We hope they will return to work as soon as possible for the sake of students. We are happy we are offering them a shelter at a time like this and we thank God He touched you to bless as with a library centre like this one.

The bus renovation is also in progress and we hope it would be well soon. Everybody here says hey.

He is the reason for our living.

Pastor Peter

Someone contributed the money, about $2,500, for Peter's bus to be fixed after it was in an accident last June. For that we thank God.  Now we have plans to expand the library into other schools and communities and I will have an announcement about that shortly.  In the meantime, please be praying for a quick end to the strike and for what the Lord would want you to do, if anything, to help toward The Sophia Fund to feed the children and The Deborah Foundation to help keep the library vibrant and relevant.  You can make a contribution to either through my website or by sending a check to PurposeQuest, PO Box 8882, Pittsburgh, PA 15221-0882.  Thank you and God bless you!


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