Fall 2016 Newsletter
Fall 2016 Newsletter
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 years until returning her home to an
unwelcoming Aunt. Desperately seeking love,
Elizabeth married at 15 and quickly had two children.
Sadly, her husband drank and abused her while
married to another woman as well. Finding temporary
refuge at her stepfather’s, she resorted to making
the local Changaa brew to support her children.
Threatening to report Elisabeth’s illegal activity, evil and manipulative men blackmailed her into having sex with them.
Before relinquishing all hope, a pastor told her of Mully Children’s Family. The Yatta campus shortly thereafter opened its loving arms to Elizabeth where her life trans formation began. Today, she and her 3 children flourish at the womanfocused campus where she trains to be a hairdresser. James 1:12 captures Elizabeth’s miraculous life story: Blessed is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love him.
How is Mully Children’s Family Different from other Charities?
In the 1st of a 3 part series, we address this common question with one of our key differentiators sustainability. Driven by Dr. Mulli’s own personal experience and desire of working for food instead of asking for it, Mully Children’s Family fully embraces the doctrine of teaching people how to fish. In addition to feeding the children, initiatives such as growing French beans generate a financially attractive byproduct income. Simply put, investing in sustainability drives a higher financial return which, in turn, can be reinvested. While sustainable programs contribute 30% towards MCF’s annual budget, the goal is to reach 70% in the next few years.
Environmental sustainability generates its own unique benefits as well. By planting over 1 million trees, Dr. Mulli’s wisdom and vision transformed an arid climate to one generating plentiful rainfall to grow crops. Sustainability programs also benefit the community financially as MCF employs an average 500 local residents. Should anyone ask why sustainability is so important at MCF, give them the simple math:
higher sustainability = saving more children’s lives!
training curriculum, the institution will instill key virtues of hard work, humility, servant leadership, and honesty to its students. While MCF considers education as the most powerful and effective tool for transforming society, the guiding principle for the school is to leverage higher education to develop students into disciples for spreading the Gospel.
Yatta Water Treatment
tank (4) power system to harness the abundant solar power. The target completion is contingent upon raising $55,550 needed to finish it. In the interim, MCF has been supplying clean water to the Lodwar community from a source 20 miles away. For more on how you can help advance this project, please visit www.mcfus.org/donate/ourprojects/.
Did You Know?
Amazon Contributes to MCF USA
3rd Annual Christmas Wish List is Coming Soon
Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change James 1:17.
The upcoming 3rd annual MCF Christmas Wish List is a perfect opportunity for you to enlighten the life of an MCF child. Whether feeding a child for a month, gifting a goat for milk, or even sponsoring an MCF Child, remember that no gift is too small when given from the heart. Krismasi Njema (Merry Christmas)!
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He took a little child whom he placed among them. Taking the child in his arms, he said to them, “Whoever welcomes one of these little children in my name welcomes me; and whoever welcomes me does not welcome me but the one who sent me”. Mark 9: 3637
Please consider sponsoring an MCF child, visit:
https://mcfus.org/ donate/child sponsorship/
Maximize your Mully Children’s Family contribution by becoming an
MCF Care Partner @ www.mcfus.org/donate/ May the grace of God be with you!