1 Timothy 5:3,5-6 KJV
Honour widows that are widows indeed.  Now she that is a widow indeed, and desolate, trusteth in God, and continueth in supplications and prayers night and day.  But she that liveth in pleasure is dead while she liveth.
There is progression within the NETWORK of Kenya movement. Along with assisting needy widows individually, a new program is being added to our approach of lifting widows out of poverty and restoring hope worth and self-esteem back into their lives.
This new approach has two facets to it one we are assisting in creating advocacy groups offering moral and spiritual support for their members with the NETWORK offering physical support in terms of starting community gardens for smaller groups to tend harvest benefit from and market from.
In addition, we are encouraging these groups to develop their own Farmers Market which they can operate once established on an annual basis.
We have incorporated this new program already and are encouraging widows in the different counties to begin organizing and selecting a leader within each group. This program will as well be offering larger flocks of chicks for community groups where gardening is not possible.
The physical part kicks in once our current seed crop is harvested and made available for seeding. In respect to our continued seed garden, our leased plot for the growing season will be plowed either today Feb 03, 2022, or Monday, Feb 7, 2022. The next batch of chicks should be close to hatching as well.
As reported earlier Saturday, Feb 4th, 2022, 100 chicks will be delivered to Bishop Davis’s groups who have been patiently waiting. As a side note, I want to thank these widows for their drive to organize which was the basis for our developing this new method of assistance within our program.
Please note in addition we are encouraging these groups to develop their own farmer’s market to sell their garden harvest of vegetables, but as well to create crafts clothing and various fare for sale. The idea is to encourage entrepreneurship.
As pictured in the opening collage a Chicken coop has been erected, we are still hoping for further contributions to cover the cost. Our ducks have built another nest and are laying eggs to incubate. Update on the group that seeded the ground nuts the harvest has been completed and they were able to keep some for seed to replant and divided the remainder among themselves, the weather did not cooperate and the harvest fell short of their expectations. Bottom, line they have sustenance and seed to begin over again and we pray the weather will co-operate this growing season. Thank you Father in heaven for what you provided for this group.
In addition, a progress report on the widow the NETWORK assisted in establishing a village store
Along with personal baking which sells out every day and selling firewood has registered her children in school. We thank God for His blessings on this woman and her family. Hallejuha.
There will be more progress reports as they are submitted we will bring them forward as achieved or filed both as it is important to know where the contributions have gone and how they may be working.
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Blessings to all who contribute to changing a life.
Robert Rombough and Bishop Evans Mukwa.