Sunday, October 11, 2009

KBC Center Volunteer House

Dear KBC Center Kenya Supporters:

The Lord has blessed us and enabled us to build a six bedroom facility with self contained bathrooms in each bedroom, a kitchen, and a sitting room with a fireplace (it is very cold in this region). This is the place volunteers stay when they come to work with the children at the center. Praise God!

We have also built a classroom for the nursery school class and plan to expand the school to 8Th grade level, one year at a time. In addition, we are also in the process of building a library on the compound that will service the entire community.

Thanks for your prayers and support!
Pastor V. Kibe

Thursday, June 25, 2009

KBC Center Update!

Eighteen volunteer missionaries from Windsor Village, Mt.Vernon UMC, and St.James UMC have sucessfully completed their mission objectives in Kenya, and have arrived safely back home to Houston. They have blessed the 16 children at the KBC Children's Center with their time, love and gifts of clothing and shoes, both from the team, the Windsor Village UMW, and the Windsor Village Children's ministry as well as the gifts from the other Churches represented.

Our KBC children were baptized by me, in the presence of the Body of Christ represented by the 18 member team. Over 200 pairs of new shoes were bought and distributed to the KBC village needy. Diapers, toys, and money for baby formula was left for the 44 children at the baby orphanage in Nakuru.

Our KBC community library will open soon thanks to the team's hard work in arranging and cataloging hundreds of donated books. Our medical members of the team treated over 1,197 persons at the village medical clinic and put in place the medical and social files of our KBC children. The team deserves our thanks and plenty of rest.

May God bless and keep you all.

Pastor Velosia Kibe

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Promise of Giving

Windsor Village United Methodist Church
Promise of Giving – Community Outreach Project
April 18, 2009
Post Event Data

* We had 251 people to sign in and attend the event.

* According to the data we received, those 251 people represented households totaling 584 people for an average household size of 2.32 people.

* Four people confessed Christ as their Lord.

* Two people re-dedicated their lives to Jesus.

* Three people were ministered to for healing. One man was healed from back pain.

* All of the hygiene and baby items were distributed.

* All of the food donations from Christian Alliance was distributed.

* Approximately half of the clothes donations were distributed

Here are some photos from the event:
These photos represent the prayer and working together of the Church ministries to make the Promise of Giving event a success. We had the Word preached in english and spanish.

The "Rain" did not stop the distribution of food to the Community!

Friday, May 8, 2009

2009 KBC Children Update

Church Family:
The 15 children of the KBC Children's Center had a great birthday party! They celebrated all of the birthdays of all of the children. Most of them had never seen a party favor or taste such a sweet birthday cake. They had a wonderful time.I am trying to expose our KBC children to the pleasures our American children enjoy all the time. We have also taken them swimming. They don't swim yet, but this is a goal I have for them.I will be baptizing them this June when the 18 member Mission team comes from Windsor.The health of the children has improved dramatically. They are still healing from the abuse and grief of losing their parents, but now they all have hope, and as you can see, they are smiling.

Pastor Kibe

The Bouncing Castles are at a nearby restaurant where
the kids were taken on Sunday afternoon to enjoy the day!

This is a public pool we took the kids
to! Many of them had never seen
a swimming pool.

Pastor Kibe and the Kids enjoying the day!

Monday, January 19, 2009

KBC Children Update