Our educational system is so different than Kenya. Let me give you a few examples:
Texts books are purchased by the parents/guardians. So if you don’t have a textbook you are relying on what the teacher is teaching so you… Continue reading
The answer? LOTS!!
December brought along the Christmas meals of celebration of the birth of the baby Jesus. As well, all the children were able to go to Youth Camp for a week of fun and Bible lessons where they… Continue reading
Please pray for the teachers and the students as many are sick with malaria and measles.
The last classroom is now finished. The metal walls up and there is now cement on the floor and it’s ready for the Grade 8 class that will be the first time for Bethel Learning Centre. Previously we had only… Continue reading
We hope that you enjoyed your family celebrations with family and friends. At Bethel, there is a extra food budget given to make the Christmas season a little more special for the children. So from the family at Bethel Children’s… Continue reading
It’s impossible to celebrate all their birthdays on the individual days so the answer is to celebrate everyone’s birthday on one day. Everyone enjoyed a pop, cupcake, some sweet treats and lots of fun. Traditionally, the birthday person is chased… Continue reading
Youth Camp is a traditionally thing that is done in Kenya. At the beginning of December kids gather into church groups and enjoy a time of meeting new friends, seeing old friends and then being challenged in their personal lives… Continue reading
Ladies, help is on the way! Let Mom’s Pantry help you out with one of their wonderful breakfast croissants or cinnamon buns. Not only will you enjoy breakfast but you’ll be helping Bethel Children’s Home out with some fundraising. Or… Continue reading
How hard is it to get involved and help out for Bethel Children’s Home?
Some people think that it can be:
- you need to be really smart or talented
- that it will make you do something you don’t want to… Continue reading