Virginia is an elderly single woman who lives alone. She has major health issues but still works very hard despite these challenges. “She only owns an eighth (⅛) of an acre of land but how she has utilized her little space leaves me amazed,” says Rose Mugwe (WFA Board member). On this tiny property, sheContinue reading “Virginia”
In December 2020, Rose Mugwe (WFA Board member) went to Nakuru, Kenya, to visit the women that had received loans from WFA. Rhoda is one of those women and this is her testimony: Rhoda is a married, hard-working Christian woman and mother of three. She keeps chicken and has three (3) dairy cows. In MarchContinue reading “Rhoda”
For the women participating in the Women of Faith (WFA) Microfinance Ministry in Kenya, the hunger situation is dire.
Read about Rose’s busy second day in Kenya and the spiritual and emotional transformations that are able to happen because of the WFA mission.
Rose made a return trip to Kenya on January 6, 2019 to encourage, train and bless her leaders and partners in the ministry over there.
Mary is a single mother of one, who lost both parents in 2005 and 2007. She was the third of four girls. The older two sisters were married before their parents’ deaths. Mary was left to care for her youngest sister.
Lucy is married with a large family. Both Lucy and her husband are Christians and very hardworking but they are unemployed. They live in a one-bedroom apartment and their chickens live in the patio area.
Beatrice was widowed at an early age. Her husband left her with nothing to live on. Being a committed Christian, Beatrice learned to trust in God at an early age of her widowhood.