No matter where you live, you can probably look around and see the struggles created by this pandemic. Kenya is no different.
Widespread school closures put young girls at increased risk of child marriage. Food scarcity forced nearly half of the households in rural Kenya to eat less. “The pandemic has been really hard on the country of Kenya, and in the rural communities. The economy has been hit so hard,” Kenya Hope’s Joy Mueller says.
The good news? God is using this hardship to accomplish His purposes.
“People have felt hopeless and they are turning to the Word, they’re turning to the churches,” Mueller says.
“The Bibles are in huge demand because people are looking for hope.”
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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth
CALL TO ACTION
- Pray for the Boran people in northern Kenya who will receive these devices for the first time.
- Pray the life-giving light of God’s Word will illuminate the spiritual darkness in remote Kenya.