Update on Praise

It has been some time since we have updated you about our young man Praise. We received the following information from Rev Humphrey regarding him. “I am writing to inform you about the progress of Praise. Lately Praise appointments have been very frequent with his Doctors at the hospital. Since January he was required to go for medical clinic twice a month. A scan taken last week shows that the growth has gone to 9.2 x 9.14 x 6.7cm (3.5 inch x 3.5 inch x Continue reading →

Schools, registrations, and graduations

It was so exciting and humbling to see the first KCK Technical Training Institute students. Five years ago the Lord gives us a vision of establishing a Technical Institute to impact and teach skills to the children under our care and the youth in the community. By Faith we trusted God and embarked on long winding journey. From the humble beginning of making the first earth bricks to construct the workshop. The earth bricks were made by use of a machine called hydro form brick-making Continue reading → Continue reading →

The wheels are dying

It seems that all good things do come to an end. Over the past two years Humphrey’s vehicle, which is used every day for the mission, has been in the shop more than on the road. After untold trips to Nairobi for visits to doctors and hospitals for Praise’s treatments, it is on its last legs. We are to the point that items are breaking faster than we can fix them. In fact, in December, during the medical emergencies with Praise and Peter, we had to Continue reading →

Silvia Auma Musumba

Silvia’s was born on October 12, 1998 and currently attends Komothai Special School. She is one of the sponsored kids in our outreach program from Nairobi region. She was born 20 year ago and she was born with a mental challenge. Silvia has one sister and one brother. Her mother is a dressmaker and her father is a carpenter in Nairobi. Both of the parents don’t have a permanent job; they are casual labor and sometime they hardly get jobs. Silvia is currently sponsored by Continue reading →

Merry Christmas

To all of our wonderful sponsors and supporters Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. Isaiah 7:14 The board, members, and volunteers here at Kenya Connection Kids would like to wish you the Merriest of Christmas’ and the Happiest of New Years. It has been an eventful year for us here at KCK as we celebrated 10 years of service to our Lord. We have, like each of Continue reading →

Peter Muthethia Mthoni

It is with great sorrow and grief that we inform you that sweet Peter Muthethia Muthoni has been called home to our Lord. He was 11 years old. Peter suffered from Aids and its related complications. In recent weeks he had been in and out of the hospital. His latest hospitalization was December 17 at the Chuka General Hospital. He did not respond well to treatment and was unable to hold down food or medicine. This left him very weak. Since he could not be Continue reading →

CAMP DAY 3 on 3RD DECEMBER 2017

The day started cool, punctuality was observed by both the students, guardians and the KCK staff. The kids were prepared by 7.40am for classes. Before the lessons kicked off a common fellowship was conducted for the campers, this helped in the general freshening up for the kids making a few announcements and getting the reactions from the participants.   By 8am teaching and learning started for the various groups. Each group had different topic, may God bless the team which came up with the topics, Continue reading →

THE FIRST KCK TECHNICAL INSTITUTE STUDENTS

It is with great joy I pen down the story about the first students in our KCK Technical Training Institute. Believe it or not the pioneer students to KCK Technical training were our very own children who still pioneer the KCK first home. They were James, Victor, Ken, Alex, Joy, Friday, Maureen, Brenda , Timothy… all very well known to KCK family of sponsors, affiliates and partners. All these children are referred as mama Ellyjoy’s children. Dennis Gitonga missed the one month short course computer Continue reading →

December Camp 2017 – Day 2

The day started well. The kids woke up at 6.00 in the morning, did their personal cleaning up to 7.00am. What followed was breakfast which lasted for 45 minutes. We had a short assembly where the kids were given the program of the day. During the camp we normally divide our kids in 6 different groups. Bearing in mind that our kids are in different classes and grades, they are grouped as follows: Kindergarten and Grade 1, grade 2 & 3, grade 4& 5, grade Continue reading →

December Camp 2017 – Day 1

They came in their numbers carrying their luggage’s ready for a five day camp. The farthest from Nairobi, Tharaka, Cheera, Ikuu, Home and Kirubia. All gathered at Kiereni high school. This school is to be called home for the next 5 days. Excitement filled the compound as group after group entered the school towards the registration desks. At the registration desks all the kids’ info and items they had carried for the camp were recorded. A lot of catching up as some of them had Continue reading →