Director of Africa
Faith Baraka of Niairobi,
Kenya is the CTWM Director in our Africa Projects. Due to
Faith's diligence, integrity and great stewardship CTWM has
been able to complete the below projects with building and
we look forward to seeing YHVH work even further through her
as she tackles the sustainable project.
Finally, in February 2015
we started a sustainable project in Kenya that we pray will
support financially all our endeavors there. Until the
project grows, we are still financially supporting this work
but the goal of any work of CTWM is to ensure that the
nations we assist become sustainable and with or without
CTWM the work will continue from the ways and means we have
Please help us pray for
wisdom, integrity and success.
after 8 months our first barrel of resources for the widow's
project made it to Kenya. The crochet group Three Cord Strand
spent a year crocheting items to be sent to the widows. We had
the worst experience with the shipper who promised 6-8 weeks
which turned into 8 months. Now we pray that the contents of the
barrel will bring much joy and relief to these deserving
individuals and families.
Africa: Building & Rebuilding
houses for widows
We help widows? We are
commanded to assist the widows, orphans and homeless. These
individual are the moral conscience of a nation. They keep the
heart of the nation open to compassion and purpose. When we help
them we help YHVH because he is provider to the widows and the
destitute and a Father to the fatherless.
Update: As of
November 2014 - Rose and her 3 sons now have a latrine for
the first time in their lives. We will eventually finish off
her toilet inside by installing a commode and drain pipes to
flow out to the latrine.
(click on name for photos) So far we have bricked in the
entire house and all inner dividing walls. The exterior door
is new and half the windows are new and all the broken glass
panes have been replaced. There is now a kitchen, toilet, 2
bedrooms and living room. The roof is entirely new and the
walls have all been bricked in up to the roofline. We need
to purchase a sink, commode, and dig Rose and her family a
Update: December 2014 -
Oreido's house is completed with cement plastered walls and
a cement floor.
She has a new
house with roof and a door and window. the adobe walls need
to be plastered and a cow dung floor put in.
Finally, this dear widow
had her steps and foundation of her house repaired December
2014. For many years she has been falling injuring her leg
Africa: School fees for orphans
Why school fees? it is an
investment in the future of the students and their nation. It is
a sustainable investment in that we break the cycle of poverty
and ignorance. These students will pay it forward and we are
giving Africa future leaders and professionals.
Africa: Building schools
: Needs a roof, doors and windows, walls to be plastered
inside and outside and a coat of paint. This school cannot
officially open as a secondary until it has a science lab
which will be the next priority.
Africa: Supporting orphanages
Africa: Building Community Centers
Africa: Building Health Centers
Africa: Mission Trips