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November 01, 2016

2016 GOYA: Give Hope Banquet

 

 

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

 

Dollar-for-dollar match up to $200k at this year's banquet!! 

With your help we can build a new orphanage and plant a new church

 

We have a LOT to celebrate at this year's GOYA: Give Hope Banquet! This year, we opened the new 32,000 sq. ft. high school. We are already preparing for a new class of students to begin in January, which will double the schools’ enrollment. Our elementary school in South B has grown tremendously as well and the families there have been begging us to plant a church in that slum. In addition to that, we now have twice as many children living in the orphanage compared to just two years ago. However, we have been unable to grow the living space since then. With our children living in incredibly cramped conditions, we desperately need to build a bigger orphanage. 

 

For much of this year, we struggled to figure out how and when God would provide for these enormous needs. Then, one of our champian supporters approached us and offered to match every dollar donated at this year's banquet up to $200,000! This is a HUGE opportunity to partner together and move both of these enormous projects forward in Kenya. 

 

So, we're asking everyone to help out in three ways this year. First, pray about the orphanage and church plant. Be bold and ask God what you can give and remember your gift is already doubled. 

 

Second, one of the most important things you can do is host a table and bring along your small group, family or friends. You are our biggest advocate, so this is a great way to show others all that God is doing in Kenya. 

 

The third thing we're asking everyone is, at the very least, book your own seats today. But...if we always did the very least, we would not be where we are today in Kenya. So...HOST A TABLE!

 

We are praying that this years' banquet will open countless oportunities for us to share the hope and love of Jesus Christ. God is doing more than we could ever ask or imagine! 

 

 



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