Current Projects

The team from Winchester Virgina that visited in January 2018 (on that visit they built the kitchen cabinets, shelves and food prep table), are comming back to lead the first Childrens VBS as a outreach for local community childern. This year group will consist of David and Roseann Rhinehart, Bruce Goad and Gail Cox. With the assistance of LHHS Senior students the VBS will take place from April 8th thru Friday the 12th and a special gathering for the parents and children on Saturday the 12th.

During this visit they are also going to tidy up the tool shed - installing some shelves and tool hooks. Mom Marilyn has a small honey do list that includes framing some posters and The team will arrive in Nirobi on April 2nd and return home on the 15th.

Due to the need to better protect the students from unwanted intruders who might harm them, it was decided it is necessary to construct a sturdy fence around a portion of the school property. This fence will hopefully also lessen the problem of thievery, and it will keep neighbor's livestock from coming onto the school property to eat grass that is needed for the Living Hope cows.

Marilyn secured Louis Kawa as the architect to draw up the plans for the fence and steel gate she chose. One of the school's graduates, Nick Simiyu, is heading the team building the fence. Jarrettown United Methodist Church in Dresher, PA is busy handling the fund-raising for the project.

“Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage - with great patience and careful instruction”

2 timothy 4:2