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The Kenya Partnership started with a promise . .
. a promise to pray for each other
As we pray for our family, friends and neighbors as well as those across the USA, we are reminded that our Brothers and Sisters in Christ, in Kenya are praying for us and we too must lift them up in prayer along with the rest of the world battling COVID-19. We recently heard from Eustace Nyaga:
Easter greetings. I hope this email finds you well. It is long time ago since I wrote to you because I can remember that my last communication to you was when I was in India for treatment. I am fine having fully recovered from my illness.
Today we had the first Scholarship Committee meeting after the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic. The committee members appreciated your effort to raise Ksh.638,100.00 for the scholarship fund. We are going to allocate the money to the deserving students when schools reopen next term. Our country is experiencing difficult time as the third wave of Covid-19 is devastating. The positivity rate if very high. The Ministry of Health and the citizens in prayer are doing all that they can to flatten the curve. I hope the situation in your country is much better now.
Pass my greetings to the brothers and sisters in Christ. May God bless you.
Our Kenya Partnership, includes a sister-church relationship with the people of Chuka, Kenya. Donations to the Kenya Scholarship Fund enable students to obtain a high school or college education .
Checks may be mailed to:
Christ Our King Presbyterian Church
10 Lexington Place, Bel Air, Md. 2014
Be sure to write Kenya Scholarship Fund in the memo line of your check.
To see stories from recipients of scholarships Click here