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A Prayer For Provision

We are deviating from our normal monthly format to share the prayer requests on Dr. Mulli’s heart. We kindly ask you to pray with us for abundance in provision of rains. Once it starts raining, it will take approximately four months for food to grow and be ready for harvest.  We also ask you to pray…
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A Prayer For Healing

We are deviating from our normal monthly format to share the prayer requests on Dr. Mulli’s heart. Please pray for the children that we rescue each day that have undergone severe emotional, physical and sexual abuse. We pray for healing upon their lives. Please pray for strength and healing of my body as I strive to…
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A Prayer For Physical and Spiritual Revival

We are deviating from our normal monthly format to share the prayer requests on Dr. Mulli’s heart. I pray that there will be water in the rivers to quench the thirst of millions of Kenyans who are experiencing hunger and a lack of water to a point of losing their lives. I pray that God…
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DROUGHT DECARED A NATIONAL DISASTER

On 8th September 2021, the president of Kenya declared the drought a national disaster. This follows the failed short rains in October to December 2020 and another failure of adequate long rains between March and May 2021. MCF Ndalani, Vipingo and Turkana campuses are located in semi-arid, arid, and desert regions respectively. In Turkana, where we have one…
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HOPE OF JOINING UNIVERSITIES

Education is an equalizer for all, no matter their creed or background.  In MCF, we have used education as a critical avenue of rehabilitation to creating equal opportunities for vulnerable and marginalized children and youths to have equal opportunities in the job market or job creation. Each year we have grade 12 students graduate from MCF…
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JUBILATION IN HEAVEN

The genesis of the MCF mission is knitted neatly in the great commission of preaching the good news to all the creatures. In so doing, winning souls to Jesus Christ has been our most outstanding achievement in the last 32 years. All the children and youths under MCF are introduced to the love of Jesus…
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HUNGRY CHILDREN GREW FAINT AND FAINTED

Due to insufficient and unreliable rainfall that has led to prevailing hunger and dry conditions in some parts of Kenya, thousands of children lack food. School going children are the most affected; they do not always attend school due to lack of food. When they go to school, they have poor class participation as they sleep…
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MULLY HOSPITAL IN MCF YATTA

Most of the population in the MCF Ndalani community lives below the poverty line. Broadly, there are inadequate healthcare facilities for comprehensive health care services in the area; Access to affordable and quality health care services far exceeds the majority of the population in the target region. The surrounding Sub County hospitals have a deficient…
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THE PANGS OF COVID-19

The pangs of the coronavirus have had adverse effects on nations, communities and families worldwide. In Kenya today, several people lost their jobs and livelihoods. This, in turn, has resulted in families woes, where some families ended up as street families, while others have had to return to the rural homes after they lost their jobs.…
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MY TRUST IS IN GOD

We introduced you to Faith Mwende in June’s prayer requests. Faith is 16 years old and is in grade 11. She was admitted to Coptic hospital more than two months ago. After numerous tests, it was determined that she had multiple tumors in her stomach and one on her ovary. She underwent surgery to remove…
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THIKA RIVER IS SLOWLY RECEDING

Water is Life, which is so true for the thousands of families who depend on the Thika River to water their crops, animals, and domestic use. Over the last few weeks, the water level has been slowly receding. The Thika River flows through the MCF Ndalani campus and serves as a significant source of water for both…
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MULLY COLLEGE NATIONAL EXAMS

Mully College has more than 75 students who are pursuing various courses at both a diploma level as well as certificate level. At different stages during the students’ course of study, they sit for national government examinations. At the end of July, the students will embark on a three week examination period.  Please pray for divine health,…
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HER DREAM TO BE A LAWYER

Faith Mwende is a 16-year-old girl who MCF rescued in 2019 from an impoverished background. She had passed very well in grade 8 exams but had no hope of continuing with her education due to the poverty at home. She is a 7th born in a family of nine children, yet none of her older…
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THANKSGIVING FOR TREMENDOUS RESULTS

In March and April, MCF had over 400 candidates doing exams at different times during that whole period. We are full of jubilation in our heart for what the Lord has done. All the candidates in grade 4, grade 8 and grade 12 registered tremendous exams results. We have recorded one of the highest exams…
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STILL WORK TO BE DONE

Rodah Mulli is 94 years old, and is the mother of Daddy Mulli. She was taken ill in late April with abdominal pain and continues vomiting. Hospitalized for a week in Coptic Hospital, she got better as she stopped vomiting. However, a few days later she was unable to eat or drink water as she…
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Kenya Is At A Crossroads

Kenya Is At A Crossroads from Mully Children’s Family USA on Vimeo. Help MCF answer the call to those continuing to suffer from the impact of Covid-19! Following the announcement of the third wave of Covid-19, on Friday 26th March 2021, the President of Kenya gave a lockdown directive for five counties in Kenya that…
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Kenya National Exams

Kenya was adversely affected by the lockdown that saw all schools, colleges, and universities close down for nine months in 2020 due to covid-19. Therefore, the government had to reschedule all nation exams traditionally done in November to commence in March. Further to this, the Kenyan education system has been undergoing a metamorphosis, requiring that children in…
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Food Distribution in Community Schools

The effects of the calamities of 2020 in Kenya are still being felt across the country. Many people lost their jobs due to covid-19, as organizations and companies closed down. Secondly, we had a devastating drought, thirdly the rains fell in Kenya and caused havoc of floods countrywide. Currently, as a country, we are faced with destructive…
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MCF Karate Team

At MCF, we aim to give each child an avenue to discover and develop their giftedness or talent. In this, many graduates from MCF make a living through the skills they developed while in MCF. Many are in the Kenyan entertainment industry, music industry, media, sports and many more. MCF has four girls in the women Karate Kenya…
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Mully College Graduation

It is that time at MCF where we are in awe of the Lord’s goodness in the lives of 52 young people who will be graduating later this month from Mully College. We thank God that all the young students were successfully in passing their Kenya National Examinations. Mully College offers free high-quality education to the…
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Three Siblings

    Our MCF community workers received the following response when they found three siblings staying home while school was going on. “We have been engaging in all manner of odd jobs; collecting firewood, drawing water on our backs, working on other people’s farms just to ensure that we have food for our family. We have…
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OFFERED FOR SALE 

Mwende is 8 years old, her bother Mwendwa is 4 years, while her younger brother Munyao is 5 months old. Their mother’s name is Mbatha, and she is insane. Mbatha had offered to sell her three children at a throwaway price in the streets where she lives. Mbatha is a young woman whose age is not…
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ASANTE SANA – THANK YOU VERY MUCH

This year particularity has not been an easy one for many across the world because of the coronavirus pandemic. Many have lost their businesses, livelihoods, friends and close family members. Lives have been altered to a new normal whereby meeting for worship, or even physically going to work or school has been met with safety…
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31 YEARS OF GIVING THANKS TO GOD

Last month Mully Children’s Family celebrated 31 years of God’s grace, favor, provision, love, mercy and miracles upon miracles. We have seen over 18,000 young individuals being transformed from a life of desperateness to being responsible citizens of the world. Currently, we have over 4,000 children who are under our care, protection and nurturing, in…
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A distant trip straight to my heart

I have always had a tender spot for children in need. I’m one to cry at commercials of children in hospitals or when I hear of a child taken away from his parents due to tragedy or unfortunate events. Sometimes I wrestle with the injustice of it all.  I frequently hope and pray for a…
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Embarking On A New Community Health Program

Over the years, MCF continues to open its dispensary doors to the community members. In collaboration with our friends and partners from around the world, MCF organizes free medical camps every year to offer quality medical services. Our latest survey has established that nothing or little is being done by other organizations towards preventive or…
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Lending A Helping Hand

“I do not like to see anyone sleep hungry, the way I did when I was young. I can not turn a blind eye to someone, when I know I can lend a helping hand to that individual.” These are the words of Daddy Mully. About 2 months ago, a report was brought to Daddy…
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Continuing The Community Based Feeding Programs

Our normal learning in all MCF run schools from kindergarten to Mully College have been disrupted since March 2020. However, MCF Ndalani has continued with its learning with a slightly different school program with over 800 children and co- workers under its care and protection. We have been following strict protocols to make sure there…
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The Hardest Hit by Covid 19

MCF Ndalani, Yatta, Vipingo and Turkana are all located in arid, semiarid or semi desert lands in Kenya. We are also situated among communities who live below the poverty line. Families whose lives are defined by hand to mouth mode of survival reside here. In the regions we serve, we have offered hope by bringing…
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Yes, I Do!

Yes, I do are the three little words that now define the lives of Ndondo Mulli and Kennedy Mutisya who held their wedding on the 25th July 2020 at MCF Yatta. Ndondo is Dr. and Mrs. Mulli’s fourth born daughter. It was a joyous colorful celebration that brought two families together and one that saw…
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The New Normal

Disruptions caused by COVID-19 pandemic outbreak and associated containment measures have adversely affected children, families, economies and governments all around the globe. The impact of social distancing, wearing of face masks, dusk to dawn curfew, closure of all learning institutions, suspension of most economic activities has devastated people’s livelihoods and impacted consumer spending.  This has…
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Under Attack

Since corona virus was first sited in Kenya in the month of March to date, the country has recorded increased gender-based violence, mental health issues, and violation of children’s rights. Overall, there has been aggravated cases of child abuse including: defilement, missing children due to abductions, child murders, physical abuse, teenage pregnancies, among others. After…
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Daddy Mulli

He rises up early to start the day with a prayer and a bible study. Seeking the Lord’s voice on what lays ahead. A humble man who always radiates the love of Christ through his gentle smile. When it comes to fighting for the rights of the fatherless, he puts on his defense to see…
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Please Know We LOVE YOU!

We know that you too are going through so much where you are. There is a lot of despair and turmoil across the world. Please know that we love you, we care for you and your families and we are praying for you. Please, do not give up, take heart and know that we have…
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MCF Recognized as an Essential Service Provider

Mully Children’s Family has been awarded the designation of Essential Service Provider in the country, and as such, we are among less than 12 groups or entities that can move in and out of the city of Nairobi. This has been key to our operations and enabled us to provide essential service and rescue to…
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Something Out of The Normal…

The last three months have been something out of the norm. Never did I imagine that it would be impossible to leave Ndalani to visit our other branches across the country with freedom and ease until the COVID-19 pandemic came along. It is amazing how the world can change with the blink of an eye.…
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What A Friend We Have in Jesus!

Warm Greetings to Our MCF Extended Family and Friends, “What a friend we have in Jesus, all our sins and griefs to bear,Hwat a priveledge to carry everything to God in prayer…….Are we waeak and heavy laden, cumbered with a load of care? Precious Savior still our refuge, take it to the Lord in Prayer”…
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As Our World Seeks Answers…

In recent weeks the world has turned its focus from the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, to the issues surrounding excessive police force and social injustice towards the black and brown man. The growing cry of protesters heard around the world is for permanent change to occur so that all our children may grow…
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Pray For Peace …

Over the past 10 days, much of the media has focused their reporting on  the  violence and destruction that accompanied the early protests. It is our prayer that the real storyline of racial inequities will not be lost. Please join MCF in praying     for the present calm to continue and that anger would be replaced…
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Pray For Healing …

Please join MCF in praying for God’s healing powers: healing from the Novel Corona Virus, healing from the social injustices, and healing from discrimination and prejudices. Please also pray for healing for the families of George Floyd, Ahmad Abrey and Breonna Taylor. Philippians 1:9-10 KJV “And this I pray,  that your love may abound yet…
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There is a Race

MCF USA is breaking from our customary monthly prayer requests to encourage our MCF Extended Family and Friends to join together in prayer for one another around the world. Mully Children’s Family Mission Choir This African gospel song composed by Joseph Madziyire and sung by the Mully Children’s Family Mission Choir speaks of “a race…
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MCF Community Outreach

Reported cases of Covid-19 continue to grow in Kenya with 208 cases and 9 deaths reported as of April 13.  Machakos Counties, home to both MCF Yatta and MCF Ndalani have reported only one case so far. As concerns for the spread of the virus grow, Mully Children’s Family prepares for assisting the communities in and…
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A Prayer of Hope and Faith

Our Father, From natural disasters and diseases of biblical proportions to miracles that continue to shake us, through it all, God, you remain faithful, gracious and merciful. Yahweh, you are The Great I Am. God you surely are a God of mercy and love, sending your only Son to die on the cross for our…
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Mully Children’s Family Covid 19 Update

Kenya has not been spared from the invasion of Covid 19. The current number of infections is 142 as of April 6th with four reported deaths.  Numerous measures and restrictions have been put in place by the government of Kenya, including full closure of all schools and institutions of learning, a daily curfew running between…
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Pray For Our World Leaders

We are praying for all the world leaders to work together to solve the Covid 19 Pandemic, as it is clearly impacts us all. Psalms 47:7-8 EVS “For God is the King of all the earth; sing praises with a psalm! God reigns over the nations; God sits on his holy throne.”
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Pray For Our Church Partners

We pray for all our Church Partners as they are asked to suspend Sunday worship services and other church activities in an attempt to curb the spread. We pray that the churches will find creative ways to continue to share the good news of Jesus Christ and to be a place of comfort to those…
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Pray For Those Facing Job Loss

We know others within our Extended MCF Family and Friends will face possible layoffs from their jobs and the loss of wages to pay bills and feed their families. We pray for their provisions during this difficult time and for a speedy and full recovery of the global economy. 1 Peter 5:6-7 ESV “Humble yourselves,…
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Pray For Our Healthcare Workers

We know many of our MCF Extended Family and Friends are healthcare workers who must face this virus on the front lines. We pray for your protection and for adequate medical supplies. We pray for medicines and vaccines to be forthcoming which will prevent the spread and cure those afflicted. Ephesians 6:10-11 ESV “Finally, be…
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Most Grateful for the Outpouring of Love

Warm Greetings to Our MCF Extended Family and Friends, The first case of the Corona Virus reached Kenya on March 13. Consequently, Mully Children’s Family is taking immediate steps to protect our children and staff by encouraging visitors to kindly postpone their plans to visit the MCF campus until a better understanding of this threat…
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Mully Messenger Winter 2020

Beneficiary Spotlight: God’s Plan: Book 1 – Youssef’s Story For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”  Youssef Etabo must have felt God misplaced a plan for him as a child. After his mother…
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To Know His Love

February being dubbed the month of love, does provide a good reminder for us to pray for God to continue manifesting His love to all the children, communities and all persons who are in one way or another touched by the Ministry of MCF. Our prayer is that all the children, staff members and those…
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God’s Love for All the Children

MCF has experienced an increase of children from very needy backgrounds in the month of January and February. Over 120 new children are reported in Ndalani from various locations seeking care and parental love.  More  children  keep  coming… It is difficult to turn them away given their dire circumstances. The staff    of MCF has been…
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Spared By God’s Grace and Intervention

The months of January and February witnessed an invasion of millions of desert locusts  in  the  Eastern  Africa  Region.  Millions  of  locusts  flew  into  Kenya   from Ethiopia wiping out all vegetation. This has resulted in destruction of crops in the fields including trees and other vegetation. It is estimated that the locust effect will result in…
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A Time to Share

During the month of December, it has been an MCF tradition for many years to share food, gifts, and prepare special Christmas meals to serve those around us including those in need in the communities, the children who have been incarcerated, street children, prisoners, the police in our regions. As we share what we have, we…
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The Christmas Tree

It is that time of the year when we put up our Christmas tree. A tree that is green and beautifully decorated. It is a joyous time when we decorate the tree with assorted ornaments and the Christmas lights, not to mention the bright star that stands majestically at the very top. Sipping a warm drink…
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Heavy Rains

Kenya is currently experiencing heavy rains that have come just after the country has had two consecutive failed rainy seasons that led to drought. It has been reported the current rains are responsible for over 150 deaths nationwide while another estimated 100,000 families find themselves homeless. Crops and livestock  have  been swept away by the…
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Giftedness and Talent Development

After a stiff competition, the MCF ladies’ team has been crowned the BEST LADIES TEAM IN KENYA 2019. Glory!!! Giftedness and talent development are key components in the Mully Model. Thus, MCF endeavour to have each child learn what their area of gifting is and develop that talent to full capacity. We do recognize that,…
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He Is Faithful

On 27th October was a day that 120 beneficiaries graduated from Mully College. It was a day that truly testifies that “He who began a good work in you will be faithful to complete it in you.” The Yatta Vocational girls who have been in MCF for the last 3 years, had all the reasons…
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Dancing In The Rain

The sweet smell of rain got everyone jumping and shouting in anticipation of what was to follow. The first droplets of rain made a sound that we longed to hear. Yes! The Lord has heard the prayers of his people and has not only heard but he has confirmed to us that he answers our…
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Hunger Pains

Hunger pains are still biting hard on thousands of poor children,  the  elderly, the physically and mentally challenged members of the community. The government leaders have pleaded with MCF to help the starving  families and children by supplying them with relief food. There is a general report of children not going to school due to…
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MCF Yatta Graduation Is Here

Carol was born in the year 2000, in Kisii County. Her father deserted the family leaving behind her poor jobless mum to take care of 6 children. School became a far fetched dream as her mother could not afford to feed and educate all 6 children. Thus, Carol was forced to drop out of school…
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Set On Fire

Junior and his brother Paul were rescued to MCF on 14th August 2019.  Their mother was a young street girl who was a drug addict and  an  alcoholic. On that fateful night a man she had been living with for a few days found the young woman totally blacked out due to an over dose …
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The River Running Through MCF Ndalani Is Dry!

Greetings My Friend, Over the past several months, Esther and I have spent considerable time in prayer about the desperation that we are seeing in the eyes of men,  women, and children in our neighboring villages and communities. Our hearts are broken as we learn of the growing number of families who are going to…
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MCF Faces A Crisis!

MCF is in a crisis! Our neighboring communities are crying out for help! Adding to the crisis is the fact that our country is undergoing a very severe economic downturn. We see wages going unpaid, increased debt, massive layoffs, and food prices on the rise. MCF cannot ignore what is taking place around us and…
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Our Neighbors Are Crying Out For Our Help!

MCF finds our pantries low on food. Increased cost for basic commodities such as maize, beans, rice, sugar and even soap for bathing has placed an added burden on MCF finances. I question how MCF will meet our ongoing needs for our 6 locations, and how we will feed the growing number of children coming…
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Basic Needs

“Excuse me, Mummy how do I put this on? What is this? How do I use it?” These are questions a 13-year-old newly rescued girl asked on her first day at MCF. She asked Mummy Esther how to put on her underwear and what was the use of a sanitary pad. Many  of the  children …
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Vision Bearers

Many people often ask why MCF is not called an orphanage. Why is it not called a home? If you have ever interacted with Daddy Mulli and you asked him these questions, he will gracefully smile at you and answer, “MCF is more than an orphanage, it is much more than a home… it is…
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We Are All One Family

Poverty defines many villages in Kenya. Lack of food, clean water, medical care, schools, and sanitation are challenges millions of Kenyans  face  every day. Is there a solution to this abject poverty that has been the bedrock of causing children to become beggars, child prostitutes and thieves, among other societal ills? MCF has adapted a…
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Keeping Hope Alive

Nicholas came to MCF as a little boy who had never joined school. He and his three siblings had watched their parents waste away under the cruel hand of HIV/ Aids. The children’s hopes and dreams seemed to have faded away with the death of both their parents. Nicholas’s candle grew even dimmer when he…
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Ecotourism Conference

MCF will be hosting its first Ecotourism Conference with the goal of  sharing ideas for sustainability development in Kenya for Internantional markets, with the focus on German Market. Our deeply-held conviction is that the concept of ecotourism is  a key component that will champion a communal approach toward preserving  and conserving our cultural heritage, while…
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Dr. Charles Mulli Enviromental Day

Dr. Mulli Environmental Award Initiative was started by Daddy Mulli to reward the best schools annually to inspire active participation of schools  in the adopt-a-tree initiative, among other social intervention.The Adopt-a- tree campaigns, among children and youth in schools, was instigated to influence active participation of target community to replicate successes in environmental transformation within…
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COURAGE OF BEING A TEENAGE MOTHER

The youngest mother whom we have recorded in our history as a family is a 12-year-old girl. Over the years we have rescued young teenage mothers from the most unbelievable circumstances. Many upon rescue had so much bitterness and anger towards the men who impregnated then, of whom many are survivors of rape. In MCF…
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THERE IS ROOM FOR ONE MORE

Since 2019 began, we have opened our doors to 231 children in different MCF branches. The hardships of life have increasingly seen children as young as a few days old being abandoned by their mothers. The pain of loosing the only parent to death has pressured young children of less than 10 years to take…
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RAINS HAVE COME

Our faces were filled with joy at the smell of the coming rains. The rain drops falling reminded us of the faithfulness of the Lord, and the assurance that God answers our prayers. The Thika River is again thundering with beautiful sounds of the rushing waters. Glory to God! We would like you to join…
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A Dry River

Everyday we gaze at the clear blue African skies hoping that soon we, like Elijah’s servant, will see a cloud as small as the hand of a man. Then we shall shout with joy knowing that the rains are coming. Our land is thirsty! Our livestock are thirsty! Children, women, men and the elderly are…
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Happy Easter

When Jesus came to the world, he did not come for himself but for mankind. The distressing and shameful death of Jesus on the cross and his victorious resurrection was all because of his love for us. The agape of God towards us compelled him to give us the ultimate sacrifice, so that we could…
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Justice to be Served

Jane was 6 years old when a man first defiled her, changing her life forever. You could see the hurt in her eyes, the pain, and sorrow that filled her soul. Wishing that she was never born, she had to live with the harsh reality that she had been infected with HIV/Aids. Life was never…
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Watch Dr. Mulli with Morgan Freeman

Dr. Charles Mulli and Mully Children’s Family were recently featured in an episode of The Story of God with Morgan Freeman. This episode aired on the National Geographic Network March 19th and is entitled “Visions of God.” Morgan Freeman explores the mysteries of divine visions; he meets a woman who believes she was cured of paralysis by miraculous…
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Mully Messenger Winter 2019

Restored Beneficiary Pays it Forward With a father already struggling to feed his family, Grace Oko couldn’t imagine an existence more difficult. Her father’s untimely death in 2001 suddenly thrust an ill-equipped mother in the spotlight to care for the family. Her mother unable to feed the children, Grace took to the streets of Eldoret…
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Socio-economic Empowerment

As it is entrenched in our mission, MCF seeks to uplift communities in order to live a dignified life. We seek to create job opportunities to mainly widows and the poor in the  society by employing them in our various MCF departments and especially in the areas of unskilled labor. On average we have approximately…
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The Peace of God

Since the year began, MCF fraternity has lost a number of friends and family members locally and internationally who have passed on to glory. We would like to take time to remember those among the MCF fraternity; beneficiaries, co- workers, friends, supporters, and partners, who have lost their loved ones and are grieving. We pray that…
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The Weather Man

Thika River meanders for kilometers and is the  primary source of water we use to irrigate both MCF Ndalani and Yatta Farms. The weather man is warning us of an increase in our temperatures like Kenya has not witnessed in the recent years. The waters of the Thika River are diminishing quickly forcing the Government…
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Community Impact

MCF has influenced and impacted children, youths, adults, and marginalized communities in the villages, streets, schools, institutions of higher learning, prisons, police force, government institutions, churches, market place, places of work, and many other organizations all around the world. This has been achieved through extensive programs such as rescue, rehabilitation, reintegration, relief food distribution, evangelism,…
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Creating Smiles

Over the Christmas season, MCF had the opportunity of feeding, and giving Christmas gifts to street children, community children, prisoners, police officers, and our own children who are under our care and protection. It only takes an act of love to put a smile on one’s face. Thank you for your prayers and financial support…
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Embracing a New Year

The beginning of a new year gives us the opportunity to have a fresh start. The marking of seasons and times gives one the zeal to set targets, plans and hope for a brighter tomorrow. For MCF the start of this new year gives the hope that we are able to experience in full that…
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Daddy Mulli’s 70th Birthday

On 7th January 2019, Daddy Mulli will be turning 70! We thank God for all that He has done in Daddy’s life; right from  his childhood to the time he birthed Mully Children’s Family in 1989. Daddy’s story is of a man who lived in rejection, abject poverty, and abuse. A man who found forgiveness and…
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Christmas is about Love

We love Christmas as it is a great opportunity to remind ourselves of the great love God has for us. We share His love that is experienced throughout MCF with the people and communities around us. We understand that there is a depth in God that people will not understand until they begin sharing the…
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MCF Celebrates you!

Celebrating You!

Usually at this time of year, the atmosphere is electrified with beautiful Christmas colors, Christmas lights, Christmas carols, and most are full of joy. People around the world, Christians or non-Christians, are customarily excited during the Christmas season. At MCF, we are excited about many things but particularly to have you as a friend, supporter…
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Charley Mulli 70th birthday

Daddy Mulli’s 70th Birthday

On 7th January 2019, Daddy Mulli will be turning 70! We thank God for all that He has done in Daddy’s life; right from his childhood to the time he birthed Mully Children’s Family in 1989. Daddy’s story is of a man who lived in rejection, abject poverty, and abuse. A man who found forgiveness…
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Mully Messenger Fall 2018

Yatta Teen Mother Demonstrates Unwavering Faith Not once losing her faith in God, Winnie Nekesa Aliburi’s grief-stricken life closely paralleled that of Job. Born in El Doret, she and her brother went to live with Winnie’s mother after the parents divorced. Life took the first of many hard turns in 2006 when her mother died.…
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Christmas Prayer Request

Christmas Is Almost Upon US

What a joy to know that the world stands still to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our primary mandate here on earth is to have as many people as possible acknowledge Jesus as Lord of their lives. MCF does this by taking care of the children under it care, and…
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Celebrating 29 years

Celebrating 29 Years Of Transforming Lives

In the year 7th November 1998, a decision was made on a family dinner table that would see thousands of lives change and be transformed. The birth of a new vision came alive and we have seen the prevenient grace of God upon us. This month of November MCF will be celebrating 29 years of transforming…
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Mully Prayer Requests

MCF is Family

In 2009 during a medical camp, an ailing young woman was brought to our MCF dispensary. She was so weak that she could not walk, feed nor talk. On medical examination, she was found to have TB and HIV/Aids. As MCF, we did all we could to help save her life by providing her with…
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MCF Monthly Prayer Requests July 2018

We are pleased to share the important prayer needs facing Mully Children’s Family along with praises for God’s continued blessings on our ministry. We kindly ask that you include these requests in your time of daily worship.  Children Under 5 Years According to current statistics, for every 1000 babies born in Kenya, 49 of them die before the age…
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Summer 2018 Newsletter

Summer 2018 Beneficiary Demonstrates the Power of Prayer Compounding the haunting image of an alcoholic man beating his mother, Festus Mbithi Peter and his 7 siblings were in constant survival mode due to the horrific impact of his father’s debilitating disease. Though an exceptional bright student, his education suffered as he willingly and regularly missed…
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Winter 2017 Newsletter

Winter 2017 Newsletter Featured Student The child of a Kenyan mother and Pakistani father who didn’t live together due to religious differences, Leila Abdul’s childhood began in disarray. Barely knowing her mother, she lived most of her childhood with her Muslim father. Tragically, she became an orphan at the age of 14 after both parents…
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Mully Dickson

Dickson Mully, Youngest Son of Charles & Esther, On Focus On The Family

Today, Jim Daly interviews the youngest son of Charles & Esther on Focus on the Family. http://www.focusonthefamily.com/media/daily-broadcast/heeding-gods-call-in-faith Mully Children’s Family is blessed to partner with Focus on the Family and For Good to bring l the Mully documentary nationwide October 3, 4 &5th. Get your tickets here. Dickson Mully’s family was living in an African…
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Dr. Charles Mully Focus On The Family

Dr. Charles Mully interviewed by Focus on the Family

Recently, Jim Daly, President of Focus on the Family, sat down and discussed the powerful story of how Charles & Esther Mully answered God’s call to rescue over 12,000 the orphans in Kenya the past 28 years. https://www.focusonthefamily.com/media/daily-broadcast/obeying-gods-call-to-rescue-orphans Mully Children’s Family is blessed to partner with Focus on the Family and For Good to unveil…
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Election Kenya

Kenya Elections – Tuesday, August 8th

Please pray that Kenya will be spared from any form of violence or bloodshed as a result of the National Elections. Pray for God’s mighty angels to spread peace throughout the country and that the Nation will be preserved by Christian leadership. Background: As Kenyans prepare for the National Elections on Tuesday, August 8th, they…
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Graduation Kenya

Call for Celebration

Mully Children’s Family  celebrated the graduation of three beneficiaries from Daystar University.  They where rescued from diverse backgrounds smeared with poverty, penury, orphaned lives, neglect, abuse, witchcraft and hopelessness. They all graduated with honors and Celestine was top in her class.  MCF continues to save children and give their lives a meaning through the word…
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