Tag Archive: Bishop Eliudi

Mar 01

Trusting God would use us to bless others! Bishop Eliudi visit 2017

In February, our children assembled hygiene kits as a service project. These hygiene kits are given to students that come from far away to attend the International Evangelism Centre in Salika, Tanzania. At the Centre, these students prepare to be church planters and pastors to a number of countries in East Africa. The relatively few …

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Mar 01

Learning empathy through charity – Bishop Eliudi visit 2016

Our children unscramble the word "Jambo," meaning "Hello!"

Recently, our children assembled hygiene kits as a service project. These hygiene kits are given to students that come from far away to attend the International Evangelism Centre in Salika, Tanzania. At the Centre, these students prepare to be church planters and pastors to a number of countries in East Africa. The relatively few supplies—all …

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Feb 25

Learning gratitude through giving

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“Bishop Eludi, I would like to say thank you for your work in Africa especially with the orphans and the poor people, also understanding lives of people in need who live a life of suffering. There is a lot of suffering In Africa. I like the work you do Bishop Eludi, helping bring hope to …

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Feb 28

Blessed to be a blessing

Blessed to be a blessing

“It is more blessed to give than to receive…” (Acts 20:35) Recently, our children assembled hygiene kits as a service project. These hygiene kits are given to students that come from far away to attend the International Evangelism Centre in Salika, Tanzania. At the Centre, these students prepare to be church planters and pastors to …

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Feb 12

Marching in the Light

Marching in the Light

This last week has been a flurry of activity within the Chaplain’s Program, as we get ready for another girls’ Valentine’s Day Tea and prepare for a visit from Bishop Eliudi from Tanzania, who will be coming to chapel to speak with the children and answer questions about what life is like there. The kids …

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