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​Your sponsorship will provide shoes, school clothing, hot meals plus porridge each school day, and a box lunch on Sunday.  Initial and ongoing medical is provided.  You will help a child receive a Kenyan-approved education in a Christian environment.


Check out other projects like: 

  • Purchasing Bibles for students and new Christ followers.
  • Assisting students born into poverty with university scholarships.
  • Helping to provide church buildings in remote areas.
  • Giving bush pastors vital transportation of bicycles and motorcycles.
  • Making personal hygiene items available for young female students in the slums.
  • And there's so much more...

​​​In the Slums

​​​Mathare Valley is a large slum in Nairobi, Kenya with upwards of 500,000 people living in abject poverty.  

A need became a feeding program.  Then a school was born.  

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Deep in Kenya's bush, the Gospel is shared both in Maasai schools and remote villages.  Bibles are being distributed, churches are being built, and lives are being changed.

​​​In the Bush

God loves to grow His church in areas where people were once in bondage to the powers of darkness through atheistic governments. It's an honor to partner with Pastor Shasa and Sara Vijakic in the city of Kraljevo.  

​In Pakistan


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Food, water, Urdu Bibles, and so much more is needed by the people of rural Pakistan. We are thrilled to partner with Asher & Anita Mehmood and the Way of Freedom International as both practical and spiritual resources are lovingly distributed.

You were introduced to young Jane Njeri in the video above.

Now meet 17-year-old Jane who is in her last year of high school.

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In an effort to save Maasai girls from FGM (female genital mutilation), Mercy in Action International, along with the generosity of Ruth Hoke, has built a boarding school for 3-6th grade girls.  This age group is most at risk. Girls receive safe lodging, food, education, training in life skills, and most importantly, and understanding of salvation through Jesus Christ.  Currently there are 40 girls in the school, and they are flourishing.