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Planting Trees Whose Shades I Don’t Expect to Sit Under

  My mind is already set on the Kericho Traithlon Series this coming September. Last year, I emerged in second position in the Sprint Duathlon event. Much as it was a fundraising events for my work, I didn’t raise any money. However, by the time my wife and I came back with my silver medal, we had already spent close to Kshs. 10, 000 an estimated USD 100. Last year, I managed to run in […]

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Why boys in juvenile prison are worth saving

“Do you ever dream Forrest, about who you’re gonna be?” Jane asked. “Who am gonna be?” Forrest asked, without answering Jane’s question. “Yeah,” Jane replied. “Aren’t I going to be me?” “Well, you’ll always be you,” said Jane, “just another kind of you. You know? I want to be famous singer like Joan Baez ,” she continued. “I just want to be on an empty stage with my guitar, my voice. Just me.” That is

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The Ripple Effects of Small Things is Extraordinary

  There is no time I have ever left juvenile prison and felt I was doing anything that matters. I always like I am swimming in the deep end where killer sharks abound in plenty. Because of this, I am running for my life. Were it not for the fact that I fully depend on God’s Holy Spirit, I would have given up. I am thankful for the favour, peace and joy that God has blessed

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Lifesong Kenya Fundraising Progress Update

It is one thing to raise funds when you have a network that you built in college or university. It is completely different when you didn’t attend and have to depend on social media accounts. I used to think that getting 100 bob from each Facebook friend would fund my work with boys in juvenile prison. Well, thankfully it didn’t take me that long to learn how wrong I was! Much as fundraising is a

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Are juvenile prisoners paying for the Sins of their Fathers

I promised to continue writing The Saving of a Wilting Flower many days ago. However, a lot has happened and as a result, I have found myself writing about other things. For starters, we managed to visit Sister Bertina who agreed to forgive Diamond. She also promised to visit him in prison. Follow this link to read The Saving of a Wilting Flower. And so it happens that Sister Bertina did deliver on her promise

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