Kingdom Families Closing Program in Tanzania

Kingdom Families was established in 2014 to create pathways for children to grow up in families and to advocate for family strengthening within our region. We have seen first hand the difficulties that children face when they are living on the street or stuck in an orphanage and we set out to do something about … Continue reading Kingdom Families Closing Program in Tanzania

“Take Up the Cause of the Fatherless”

Earlier this year, we released “Teteeni Shauri La Yatima” (in English, “Take Up the Cause of the Fatherless”) Our desire was to take the message of biblical adoption and orphan care deeper into God’s word and farther throughout East Africa. By God’s grace, we’ve begun doing just that and are reaching more Africans than ever before. … Continue reading “Take Up the Cause of the Fatherless”

Nurturing Hearts Caregiver Training

June 11th through 14th, Kingdom Families partnered with Initiative for Children at Risk Africa to put on the Nurturing Hearts Caregiver Training in Moshi, Tanzania. We were thankful to host Patrice Penney, MSW as she taught on trauma-informed care for children that have endured traumatic experiences such as family separation, death in their community and … Continue reading Nurturing Hearts Caregiver Training

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

I was recently graced with the opportunity to be on the Ending Human Trafficking podcast with Dr. Sandie Morgan of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University. Among the speaking engagements we had during our recent break in the states, was a lecture circuit at Vanguard University where we were able to … Continue reading Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

Empower Women and Support Families This Christmas

The number one reason children end up in orphanages is poverty… Earlier this year, we got a referral from one of the pastors in our Kingdom Families network in Moshi, Tanzania. There was a woman from their neighborhood that had been taking care of her two nieces and her own daughter with no real support. … Continue reading Empower Women and Support Families This Christmas