Sending greetings from Kenya. I am part of the Aid Mission located in Kisumu.
This week, we managed to organize two gatherings for the preteens. As always, the children do not leave the church hungry. The opportunity to feed the children is an opportunity to tell them about a loving God. During one of the services, we showed a film about a girl who had faith in healing. She pointed out to people that it wasn’t her – it was God. It was great that the preteens could watch this film because the girl was their age. I also have a new student now, starting from the basics, and I believe that soon we will see good results from Flery.
I also worked on the budget for February and summarized the January results for the orphanage. I made lists of necessary supplies and food, then had to wait a bit before delivering everything to the shelter.
In the last few days, I have been very ill. Initially, it was a cold with a high temperature. It seemed like I was getting better, but then it worsened again. I went for a test, and it turned out that after a week of having a cold, my immunity dropped, and I was bitten by a malaria mosquito. So, I am currently treating malaria.
During another service, there was a lot of singing, and Igor and I presented a drama.