Kenya CDC receives help from MidAmerica Nazarene University students
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Siaya, Kenya
Everything in the life of a Christian hinges on whether or not they are willing to allow God to be who God is.

Peter and Grace Okino did not foresee the plan God had laid out for them as they retired in Ugenya, Kenya. This willing couple established Bondo Nduswe Nazarene Center, a Nazarene child development center, to provide free education to those in need.

MidAmerica Nazarene University students traveled recently to the school to provide aid and be the hands and feet of Christ. The Work and Witness team of college students was challenged in new ways. They performed tasks such as carrying jugs of water on their heads for delivery to the worksite, as well as carrying and laying bricks.

In the afternoons, children were the focus as each little one was taught Bible lessons and songs that glorify Jesus Christ. On their last day together, the MNU team paired up with teachers and council members from Bondo Nduswe Center and planted trees. The act represented the new life and growth of the school and also marked the relationships that were formed.

During their time together, each person learned culture differences, yet were linked through the promises and hope of Jesus Christ.
--Church of the Nazarene Africa Region
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