Community Spotlight Wednesday Kawira, Kenya

The children of Kawira received Bibles in September! They are carrying them to church and school, and many of them have been reading their Bible more on their own and with their families. Many of the children have even begun reciting Bible verses!

Textbooks were donated for classes one through eight at Kawira Primary School.

The clean water project is progressing. The east and west tanks have been lifted and the laying of pipes at the west tank is almost complete; neither of the tanks have been fitted with piping accessories that will enable water to flow through. Once the piping accessories are available, the project will be complete and clean water will be available for Kawira.

Thank you to all who have prayed for and invested in Kawira!

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