Wednesday, 29 January 2020 18:08

Our first medical camp!

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Our first medical camp organazed in collaboration with an entire team of Kenian doctors! Watch the video below
Wednesday, 22 January 2020 21:22

+32 degrees Celsius and you are like on a pan!

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This is how our latest construction day at school went. Preparing to fill the concrete floor and level the gravel. We are sorrounded by dancing children who have long been accustomed to such heat , and our guys twist sweat in liters from their T-shirts. This is just terrible and Ruslan and Vasily are really heroes! At the end of the day, they learned that there has been no water in the area for 2 days. We have no idea how to mix concrete without water ... It is absolutely necessary for the water to be turned on by tomorrow. Otherwise, we aew doomed. School principal Eunice suggested carrying water with canisters on our heads, because the water source is very close: “Somewhere up to 1 km,” she said. It is easy to understand that it will take a lot of water for such kind of work. I understand that carrying it on head for 1 km distance is definitely not an option. Especially for us, white people. One can only wait, pray and hope for a miracle
Wednesday, 22 January 2020 20:39

Our medical camp is at risk

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If you want to meet all the requirements, then it will take at least 4 months to do that. "This cannot be done until Friday," said a government official who heads the medical department in the region. However, after 2 hours of discussions in his office with the participation of the head of health, we found a way out of the situation. Most medical institutions conduct so-called Outreach events from time to time. These are trips to the hinterland in simple words. We were invited to take part in such event as some kind of sponsors. In this case, they will officially attract medical specialists to the planned location, and we will pay the expenditures of the event execution and will be able to carry out the work we were planning. Leaving the hospital, I noticed a large group of people who had gathered together near the building. It turned out that the majority of them are those who are sick ... And they have been waiting for treatment for already several days. The doctor is simply away. Some of them can't bear the anticipation and go to paid private clinics. These are the lucky ones who have money for it. The rest just keep waiting. From what I saw, I realized how important such camps are for the locals. It's just that lots of people do not even dream of meeting a doctor in their lives.
Monday, 20 January 2020 17:39

Yesterday Sunday was especially remembered

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Yesterday Sunday was especially remembered. First, together with our guests, there were 10 white people - as if the church was not in Africa at all. Secondly, there were a lot of guests and for the first time there wasn't enough room for everyone. Now we think of geting extra chairs. Thirdly, the dances and songs were especially hot, and since there were many special guests, everyone came very well-dressed.
Today the team and I visited a church in the village of Frunzi. ⛪ It's just a really cool time with brothers and sisters by faith !! I thank God for everything that I see around myself and it is the people who surround me here on a mission, away from home. They show with their lives how good our Lord is. You can see sincere love in the eyes of children and adults. ❤❤. These people know how to glorify our Creator from the bottom of their hearts. Hearing their songs of praise and listening to the sermons one can feel the presence of God. I am very glad that I am here with my good new friends
Sunday, 19 January 2020 12:53

Never give up!

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No matter how hard it is today - never give up! That is what will lead you to the goal. If there are reasons that stop you from continuing, do not listen to them! Psalm 120: 1-3: “I will raise my eyes to the mountains, where my help comes from. My help is from the Lord, who made the heavens and the earth. He will not let your foot shake, he that keeps you will not slumber;” Together with God, we will overcome everything! If there are reasons from your past that inhibit and overload your thoughts with unnecessary memories, condemnations or regrets - leave them as quick as possible! As the apostle Paul wrote: “... forgetting the back and stretching forward, I strive for the goal, to honor the highest calling of God in Christ Jesus. So, which one of us is perfect must think like that” (Phil 3: 13-15) Follow your thoughts!
The first day of the children's camp was very successful, and most importantly, we continued our construction work at the school. The rubble was brought and we will fill the floor with it. Well and most importantly, of course, that the children are fed! Thank you all for your support! You can watch what that was in more detail in our video! There is still a lot of work to do and we need your financial support. We will be grateful for any donation: 1) to the card of Sberbank of Russia: 4276 1340 0294 3682 2) Belarusbank card: 4255 1901 5216 2684 for 07/22 3) PayPal— This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 4) "Money Gram" or "Western Union" in the city of Malindi, the country of Kenya in the name of Dzianis Laptseikin
Saturday, 18 January 2020 13:04

Dreams happen to come true

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Dreams happen to come true. And now we are in anticipation of one of them to come true. What dream? To build a school for our children. It’s not always the way you planned and pictured in your head. Often, what you fought becomes something special in your life. Sometimes blessings come from places you don’t expect. Honestly speaking, over recent years, I increasingly stop expecting and hoping for people, and I wonder more and more how great God is in my life. In our Bring Life mission, this is already starting to be a rule) So. To finish the construction of the school, we still need to cement the floor up, make partitions in classrooms, put doors and finish placing the windows. I hope there will not be other essential requirements for us and the school will be able to exist, although in Kenya you need to be prepared for everything. Someone will take a look and say, how many construction sites are there and why didn’t you finish it in spring when you started? After all, other missions make large objects in shorter terms? Yes, but it all depends on the availability of sponsorship. Someone is supported by church unions, foundations, someone has a whole team engaged in SMM promotion and PR, and these are really very important tools ... But everything is simpler in our project and we often move by faith. God faithfully sends those very people, you understand that are the very kindred souls from the first glance. I am very grateful to God for the team that came to support our project. They are common guys, like us. Not millionaires, everyone earns their daily bread with great difficulty and doesn’t spend saved money on something valuable for themselves, but buys a ticket and flies to Kenya. Moreover, the guys still managed to raise money to cement the floor up for the school and to donate on some ministries that we’re planning to have here. They are heroes for me, great joy and help. Tomorrow men will begin to cement the floor up at the school, and the girls will be engaged in organizing the children's camp. ❤ Everything is made in accord with God.