Prayer

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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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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