Ben works in the slums of Nakuru visiting HIV/AIDS patients in their homes (many too sick to get to the hospital and most do not have the funds to do so). He also finds children who have been abandoned, abused or are child head of household struggling to feed themselves and/or their siblings. Saved By God’s Grace assists Ben with the many needs he finds in the slums, along with his own because of the girls he rescues and they live with him and his family.
Here is a recent day from Ben:
It blesses my heart to support bright girls from the slums here. They are really performing in their respective classes. Today I was visiting all the children we support out there and I am glad we pay their school fees. Now, what I also noticed was that most of these children have no food and they really wish schools to reopen asap. This is because apart from getting education, they also survive on the lunch provided in their schools. I am trusting God for funds to buy bags of maize and beans, cooking oil, sugar etc and distribute amongst these children. We can partner together and be a blessing to them and many others.
I believe God is a God of provision, but I believe He provides through each of us.
If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. 1 John 3:17,18
Together we can feed these children, together we can pay school fees, together we can provide medicine…together we can love our neighbors.
Please prayerfully consider donating to this ministry and help us reach more people with the provision God gives each of us.
These precious girls were abandoned by their mother. Mom remarried and at that time she went with her new husband, leaving her three daughters behind. Ben is taking care of them by making sure their daily needs are met, along with a good education. Your assistance to the Benevolence Fund can help Ben with those expenses.
May God grant me enough Grace. Ben
Cynthia and Celestine were found sleeping in their one roomed house. They told [Ben] that they had not eaten for the last two days and that the last meal they had was porridge. Both girls are doing very well in school with B+ grades and were promoted to the next grade. Ben is praying that tomorrow he will be able to find them something to eat.
Will you be an answer to prayer? Please consider donating on a regular basis so children like Cynthia and Celestine, and many others, can be assisted with their daily needs.