Dear Prayer/Supporting Partners, Greetings to you all from Kenya. Hope that this update will find you well and sound physically and spiritually. I’m very much delighted to thank you all for your diligent and continued love and care in supporting me, my family and the ministry at large, prayer-wise and financially. Brethren, since my last email to you, telling you about the standstill of activities in the country due to the pandemic, God has continued to be God. With the lockdowns and movement restrictions which had become the norm of the day, still God was in control of everything. Due to that, me and my family were well-protected by God. God became to us as it says Psalm 46:1. Though people were going through hard times in life and it was very difficult to visit churches and other places of ministry, still God made a way out. God enabled us to evangelize, preach, and teach the Word to people and the unsaved came to Christ for salvation and we baptized them. We were also able to hold camps for the children and the youths of our churches. We also wedded our youth in our churches and even got to meet the orphans. We highly thank God and glorify His Name for Who and how He is to us. However, my family has been affected by the health problem of our son, Duncan. His kidney failure has made his life so hard. As you know, we have been praying for funds, $17000.00 for his kidney transplant. God has been faithful in that so far we have raised $10000.00. We are now praying for the $7000.00 to enable the transplant to take place in early March 2021, God willing. God knows what we are going through and we are thankful that He can take the hardest circumstances and turn them around for our good and His glory. May God bless you for your faithfulness in praying, giving, inspiring, and believing God to do great things through our partnership. PRAISES: 1. God’s faithfulness to us 2. God’s mercies and loving kindness and protection 3. God’s continued provision PRAYER REQUESTS: 1. Continued faith and trust in the Lord 2. Financial provision of the $7000.00 for Duncan’s treatment 3. For the ministry agenda of 2021