Helping The Helpless

September 10, 2019

Leah’s Homecoming

Our last post talked about a new house for Margret and her 100+-year-old Mother Leah. Both were excited about the house being finished and moving in. Yet, it seems Leah couldn’t wait. Leah passed into her heavenly home yesterday. A hundred years is a long time to be here. Margret […]
September 3, 2019

A Walk with Margret

The last two weeks of August disappeared in a whirling cloud of dust. It was a whirlwind of things that had to be done right away. Like renewing my work permit (requiring multiple trips to Nairobi visiting various and sundry government offices), shopping for a vehicle that would actually travel […]
July 14, 2019

Nakuru State Prison Visit

“I was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me; I WAS IN PRISON AND YOU CAME TO ME.” Mat 25:36 For the first time in our life … my wife and I visited Christ in a prison. It was a very moving experience. We went […]
July 12, 2019

Wangui’s Sewing Center

A few days ago we visited Wangui’s sewing center in the little village of Barute. Maureen, her assistant teacher, is standing on her right in the second picture of this post. These two ladies have created a working environment conducive for moms with children to become self-supporting. They now have […]
February 10, 2019

Joyce and Lillian

Those who follow us, may remember a post about Joyce, the young thirteen year old girl with severe scoliosis (curvature of the spine). Already bent over, she was, without help, doomed to be progressively disabled her whole life. By the mercies of our Heavenly Father, the excellent staff of Kijabe […]
February 4, 2019

A New Set of Wheels

Sometimes… we get to do things… that totally rejuvenate us. Like bringing a centurion, a new set of wheels. Like Leah, Margret’s mother. Leah hadn’t left her room in 5 months except to go to the bathroom, which requires outside help. Leah and Margret live in the same small mud […]
September 20, 2018

Why is This Man Smiling?

This is John Macharia. John is 34 years old, married with 5 children ages 3-15. He works doing masonry and construction but has difficulty because of his injury. Six years ago, while walking home from work, he was, unfortunately, caught in cross fire as police were chasing thieves in his […]
January 10, 2018

Josephine’s New House

Josephine’s New House Sunday was a special day for the StoneHouse Njoro church family…  and especially Josephine. For the first time in her life, Josephine and her children have a house of their own. As the church met to celebrate our King’s goodness, everyone looked forward to the ceremonial opening […]
July 13, 2016

Sewing Center Update

Updates on StoneHouse Sewing Center StoneHouse Sewing Center is really taking shape. For two years we have been teaching impoverished widows, single women and even married women, to learn to sew on electric sewing machines. Now we will focus on getting them ready to handle their own business. Cynthia is […]