Please join us in welcoming our special guest David Kariuki from Nairobi, Kenya, who will share his life’s journey from street boy to beloved son, college graduate, husband, father, and social worker at a reception from 2-3:30pm on Sunday, May 3, 2015, at Codefi, 339 Broadway in downtown Cape Girardeau.
The 3rd annual Zumbathon fundraiser to support the Jacaranda Special School is scheduled for Tuesday, March 31, from 6:30-8:30 pm at Southeast Missouri State University’s Rec Center basketball courts. Tickets are just $5 and on sale now or at the door. Bring friends, get a team together, win prizes and help support a great cause!
Keziah recently visited the h.o.w? Jewelry widows in Kinangop to photograph newly installed windows we provided for Teresia’s home. She also presented fabric to our tailors, Jane, Cecilia and Mary, and photographed a new woven basket Julia is working on. We think they all look wonderful, and we can’t wait to see what they make next!
Learn more about h.o.w? Ministry, why we do what we do, how you can get involved, who we serve and what you can look forward to if you choose to join us on a short-term mission trip to Kenya.
Plan now to participate in our annual 5K run/walk for “the least of these” to help fund our missions. Our 2015 event is scheduled for Saturday, April 25, 2015, at La Croix Church.
The 2-week mission we completed in January was “our best trip ever,” h.o.w? Ministry President Michelle Outman said, because we were able to get to know the widows more in 4 days than the past 4 years largely due to the new women’s conference and our shared experiences there. Here’s a summary of our activities.
Today the widows learned how to crochet roses for hats they plan to begin making for h.o.w? Jewelry, made more self-portrait watercolors, and received Christmas donations, cards and photos from their sponsors in the U.S. Mission participants unloaded several suitcases full of donated scarves, skirts, shoes and other clothing for the widows and their families. […]
At the h.o.w? Jewelry headquarters in rural Kinangop, Kenya, members of the h.o.w? widows shared what they had learned at our two-day Arise Women’s Conference, presented gifts and a poem of thanks, and then posed for some Polaroid photos they could take home to remind them of the dreams they envisioned there.
The second day of the Arise Women’s Conference at Lake Naivasha included a session designed to help those who are HIV positive learn how to take care of themselves physically and spiritually, a discussion of the h.o.w? vision, some selfies and photo fun by the pool, and a field trip to the Kenya Agricultural and […]