I met Elizabeth Wangui last October during a three-month trip to Nakuru, Kenya. Wangui (as everyone calls her) had set up a sewing shop within her community and started a small fellowship, mostly filled with young children. The children were always popping in to talk to her and she began talking with them about Jesus.
Below are just a few of the many testimonies we receive about lives being impacted and transformed by the Widows & Abandoned Women Ministry of Heaven’s Family.
I wanted to contact you today to let you know just how special you are. Right or wrong, many of us base our self-worth on our accomplishments—the great things we have done, or the knowledge we’ve accumulated.
The authorities arrived to deal with the mwanamke wazimu (translated mad woman) they'd heard stories about. The sight of a disfigured woman in tattered clothes, who regularly danced and sang, had unnerved some of the other refugees in the camp.
Impregnated by the boss’s son and then framed for petty theft as a likely effort to get rid of her and her illegitimate child, Beatrice’s spirit all but died when she walked through the iron gates of Embu Prison to serve a three-year sentence.