The second phase of the Food Baskets for families at-risk living in the Slums of Kibera continues because of the generous giving of God’s people.

As we celebrate the greatest gift to men by God himself, the gift of salvation through the death of Jesus on the cross, we have been able to share the Gospel wrapped up in additional 166 food baskets.

ose (one of the beneficiaries) is a 38 years old widow raising 5 children in Kibera slums through doing manual jobs that are currently hard to come by because of the effects of COVID-19 pandemic. Rose lost her husband seven years ago therefore worked long hours doing manual housework and at the end of each day carried home between $4 to $5, failure to get work meant no food for that day. The last three weeks have been hard for her family because she cannot find any work however the food basket given to her family not only brought great relief from hunger but also restored hope.

When Rose received her food basket she said “May the Lord bless all those who made it possible for us to get food at our greatest hour of need.”

We appreciate our partners who have locked arms with us to enable us be the hands and feet of Jesus to vulnerable and families at-risk in the Slums where God has called us to serve. Cumulatively, we have given 298 families food baskets against our target of 1000 families living in the Slums of Kibera.

Partner with God and Swahiba Networks to meet temporal needs in order to share Eternal Truth.Click on this link to give: bit.ly/KiberaFoodBaskets

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