First of all, thank you for your patience over the past couple of weeks as we have been experiencing problems with our website. As you can see, this resulted in us having to make a lot of changes, but we hope these will be for the better. You should still be able to find all of your favourite pages. The tabs along the top bring you to main page for that subject and then there are sub pages underneath.
You can also now comment on the blog. You can do this by clicking on the word "comments" which is written in red at the top right of each post, on the same line as the date. You can also click on tweet button at the end of the post or click to like us on facebook.
Regarding the work. Please pray on regarding the new office. We are waiting on the amended lease to be forwarded to us. We believe God is giving us time as we still only have around half of the money we need. Thank you so much to those of you who have donated. If you haven't, but would like to, you can give a gift online by clicking on the "donate" button on our home page or ways to help page. You can also give by standing order or by cheque...contact us for more details.
From Monday 18 April until Saturday 23 April, we will have the use of a shop in Portadown, N.Ireland, at no cost to us. We intend to have a display of the work, colouring and crafts for children and also items for sale, some of which are new items from Kenya. We are excited that this opportunity to share our work but feel a little daunted by the amount of preparation which needs done this week. Please pray for us in all of the preparation and also pray that the week itself will be very profitable. It would be great if you can come along. Please watch the website over the next week for more details.
We are thankful for a good weekend at the market. It started with extra work as we had to set everything out. An event in the main hall during the week had meant that everything of our stall had to be packed away the previous weekend, but we thank God for His help.
God is really bringing a lot of things together and we thank Him for His continued help and blessing in all we seek to do.
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