Build a School

In Kenya, there are two Christian orphanages that are in need of new or improved primary school classrooms which serve orphans and the surrounding communities. There is one school in a very poor, Muslim village in Pakistan where the pastor is trying to help the children learn about Jesus and teach them academically. There is very little room in the small chapel and there is a great need for supplies and classrooms. Donations for these projects will make a lasting spiritual and physical difference in these communities.


letter from Pakistan

Letter from Pakistan

A letter from Bro. S in Pakistan Bro.Michael, your coming to Pakistan, it has been great victory and blessing, strength and comfort for me in the Lord . And God brought great progress for His Kingdom...

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Secondary School Completion

It is with much thanksgiving that we report the completion of the Huruma Secondary School building. There was a great need to have a school on site to educate the orphans so that they would not have...

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Pakistan classroom

Classroom Project – Pakistan

The congregation pastored by Bro. S operates a Christian school for the local children. There is not a public school for girls nearby so many of the girls that come to this school would not be...

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Huruma school 2015 feature

Huruma Secondary School Update

  The school year in Kenya starts in January/February. Last year, Africa Mission & Beyond sponsored the building of the first phase of the new school building for the High School at Huruma...

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Huruma Orphanage News Report 2015

January 15, 2015 Huruma Construction Project: Another large construction project is currently underway at Huruma. For the past three years, there has been a growing need to build a secondary school...

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Kenya Trip 2015

Kenya Mission Trip 2015

After flying to Nairobi from Ghana, I flew to the city of Kisumu. The pastor there has been in various meetings in Stellah, but I have never visited his congregation. Services were held under a tent...

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