Good morning, I trust you are doing well during these challenging times. I wanted to take a few moments to encourage you and to let you know that God is available to all of us as we grow and progress in Him. I know there have been moments when I feel tempted to “take cover”Continue reading “God Is Availabile”
Have you settled for less because you think you have reached your limit? Are you thinking too small? Jesus once said “You have not, because you ask not?”. Have you stopped asking? Perhaps you feel God has done all He can for you?
The biggest issue in society today is absent fathers. Research shows a connection between father absence and an increase in social problems such as poverty, teen pregnancy, juvenile delinquency, physical abuse, suicide, substance and alcohol abuse and a host of other troubling social problems. We must help men understand their vital roles as husbands andContinue reading “Absent Fathers”
The Bible itself is full of imperfect people, isn’t it? Scripture isn’t exactly what you’d call a list of “Who’s Who in Purity, Sainthood or Perfect Christianity.” In fact, many of their antics and attitudes would make you think of the Saturday night crowd at the local nightclub, rather than the Sunday morning church crowd.Continue reading “Coward, Catalyst & Conqueror”
“How can you possibly think that being broken is wonderful? You have lost everything. You have no money, no fame, no whatever you could possibly want. You are what is called a nobody by the world. You best go sit out on the street and start begging. Can you guess who tells you these kindContinue reading “Broken but not Beaten”
In the slums of Nairobi, the number of young not being able to feed themselves has been growing for many years. But I’m letting you today to let you know that we have just launched an exciting outreach that is registered with the Kenyan government to tackle this important issue head on and how YOUContinue reading “Poverty Doesn’t Just “Go Away””
It was by the side of the road on the outskirts of Kampot City – a major tourist place in the south of Cambodia, built at the bottom of Bokor Mountain – that we caught sight of the smudge faced little girl, picking through the days rubbish, searching for something to eat. And she rummagedContinue reading “Kampot Girl”
Cross-Cultural Relationships –
Here at Bad Boy Turned Good & Compassionate Kitchen, if we are not friends, we can’t work together, we have to be friends first.
Is there anything we can do that Kenya or Cambodian or Laos cannot? Even though good intentions are abound, we often seek to work for the poor or work with the poor and I know by doing this we suffocate local resourcefulness. By doing this we can further imbed poverty, that is the forms ofContinue reading “We Have To Move From Helping The Poor To Letting The Poor Help”
We all can make a difference in the life of a vulnerable orphan, slum or street child. We believe that the young people of Lucky Summer Slum, Nairobi, Kenya have the capacity to change their own lives for the better, and it is our role to nurture this process. We invite you to support them in theContinue reading “Join Our Work in Kenya”