Posts by Rick Snelling

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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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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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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Fall 2016 Newsletter

Fall 2016 Newsletter Featured Student Born the 1st of 4 children into an unloving family, abuse, despair, and hopelessness reigned over most of Elizabeth Chepkemboi’s life. Absent the money or desire to send her to school, her family forced her to work at the age of 8. Employers regularly beat her for the next 6…

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Summer 2016 Newsletter

Summer 2016 Newsletter Featured Beneficiary Raised by a single mother who fed alcohol to her 4 children at night until they fell asleep, Joseph Njoroge’s childhood was appalling. Joseph and his siblings left their mother, an alcoholic who was unable to care for or feed them, and fled to the streets where life became even…

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