In January 2020, WeRemnant took a team to Bungoma, Kenya, to show the love of JESUS CHRIST to HIS children. It was a hard but glorious trip. We took three planes and a two-hour drive to get to the villages we serve. On the way from the airport, our rented truck broke down. We were stuck on the side of the road for more than two hours! This is the stuff of missionary stories.
When JESUS was asked, “Who is YOUR family, because you mother and brothers are asking after YOU,” HE simply pointed at HIS disciples (you and me) and said, “Only those who DO (i.e. OBEY) the will of MY FATHER are MY family.”
In January, obedience looked like this:
Your love for JESUS, proved by your obedience in generosity, did that. It released praises from hundreds of people unto the LORD JESUS CHRIST. Hallelujah! Know that those who received your gifts are giving thanks to GOD that HE used you to bless them. Amen.
While He was still talking to the multitudes, behold, His mother and brothers stood outside, seeking to speak with Him. Then one said to Him, “Look, Your mother and Your brothers are standing outside, seeking to speak with You.” But He answered and said to the one who told Him, “Who is My mother and who are My brothers?” And He stretched out His hand toward His disciples and said, “Here are My mother and My brothers! For whoever does the will of My Father in heaven is My brother and sister and mother.”
2 Corinthians 9:9-15
“He has dispersed abroad,
He has given to the poor;
His righteousness endures forever.”
Now may He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for food, supply and multiply the seed you have sown and increase the fruits of your righteousness, while you are enriched in everything for all liberality, which causes thanksgiving through us to God. For the administration of this service not only supplies the needs of the saints, but also is abounding through many thanksgivings to God, while, through the proof of this ministry, they glorify God for the obedience of your confession to the gospel of Christ, and for your liberal sharing with them and all men, and by their prayer for you, who long for you because of the exceeding grace of God in you. Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift!
Please consider continuing this great work, by investing in any of the projects below.
The WeRemnant family digs wells in remote villages to provide clean water to the children and families free of charge, so they do not have to go to the rivers to get water or die of waterborne diseases. The wells are on church grounds, so people from different faiths must come on church property to receive physical and LIVING water. Since we began this program in 2018, we have provided clean water for 11,600 people.
Please prayerfully consider partnering with us to provide clean water to children and families in Kenya. $500 digs a traditional well in a remote village:
The WeRemnant family started with one church-school in Luuya, Bungoma County, Kenya. We now have a second one in Nazori. Combined, both schools have over 230 students, and they are growing.
Your continued gift of love pays teachers and provides books, school supplies and shoes. Help us to build swing sets and additional classrooms for the children. Help us educate the next generation.
$25 per month provides educational support for a child in a remote village $3,500 builds a church-school building
WeRemnant is partnering with Seed Faith Church to use their building for a tailoring school. The school will be open to abused women and single mothers. Our priority is single mothers who need to learn a trade to provide for their children. Help us with this project to empower these women to give hope to their children and improve the economy of their communities.
Hallelujah! The Good News of JESUS CHRIST is spreading across Kenya. With this growth comes the responsibility to help support poor village pastors and their families. Many cannot work their small farms and focus on caring for the spiritual and physical needs of their congregations. In remote villages with bad roads, no clinics, and no police nearby, the pastor serves as the first point-of-contact for poor villagers needing help.