Year: 2020

The Story of a Young Man Who Needs Someone

This is the story of a young man who needs someone like you to show and lead the way. You don’t have to come to prison, if you don’t have time. But you can support with your skills and by sharing with your friends and family. Find out why this is important to us. In[…]

Sponsor 1 Boy and Help Fund Lifesong Kenya

Do you remember your first time attending summer camp? Maybe it was through your church, a scout organization or your community? What was it like? Can you smell the campfire, hear the songs, remember the comradery? Did you learn valuable life lessons that you have carried into your adulthood? We are reaching out to you[…]

I Thought I Was Doing God’s Work

Most of the at-risk male teens we work with seldom take full responsibility for their actions. As a result, they blame the failed system, poverty and poor upbringing as the motivation behind their crime. However, one of our boys recently shared his motivation through I Thought I Was Doing God’s Work. Follow this link and[…]

It’s High Time You Plugged In

February 2020 is finally here. A group of twenty (20) male teens have just signed up for our REAM Program. For the next 3 – 4 months our staff and volunteers will engage these 20 boys in skills training, character formation, discipleship, healing and reconciliation. As usual, this is very exciting news indeed! Plea for[…]

Lifesong Kenya Mission Appeal

Our 2020 REAM Program has begun in earnest. We are excited about what the future holds for our boys and for us. Like the past two years, we are conducting our programs from Monday to Friday every week. As a result, we need your financial support. Learn how you can plug in by reading Lifesong[…]

Meet Waylong

Waylong is a recipient of Lifesong Kenya’s Restorative Justice Program. He has joined high school and the future looks bright. Meet Waylong. Eighteen-year-old Waylong has a lot of potential. He has just joined Wachoro Secondary School in Embu County courtesy of St Joseph Cafasso Consolation House. But three years ago, Waylong faced an insurmountable challenge.[…]

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