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Dance for the Father's Love!

Dance for the Father's Love!

A huge part of being a family at Amani is walking with Amani mothers as they raise their kids. Every year Amani Kenya hosts the Amani Watoto Peace Camp for the kids of all the women as a time when we can focus on sharing God's peace with the next generation. The kids are divided into 3 age groups:      Watoto, ages 5 - 8     Zawadi, ages 9 - 13      Sasa, ages 14 - 17There were 70 kids in all this year! This year a focus on performance arts helped the kids connect with the theme "Our Father's Love." The kids learned a three part drama and dance narrative...

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Fair Trade Month: Filling Homes & Hearts with Peace

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Fair Trade Month: Filling Homes & Hearts with Peace

October is "Fair Trade Month" - and we are proud to be members of the Fair Trade  Federation!Read what two American women have to say about fair trade and why they fill their homes with our products and their hearts with our mission.    Emily Kirwin ~ part of the Amani extended family & long-time customer "Fair trade is trade in which workers are paid fair prices for their work. These workers are safe and well-respected in their workplace. This might be in the US or in a developing country. Fair trade is also regulated by an external organization, in Amani's case...

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A Place of Honor

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A Place of Honor

 

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To Love Him More Dearly

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To Love Him More Dearly

Julia Nyaga describes her first impressions of Amani Kenya as, "an oasis with caffeine and pretty purses," but now she can also testify to the deeper realities that make Amani a true oasis for many women, a place of peace and plenty found in God. Julia has been the Ministry Coordinator at the center for 2 ½ years, a role in which she guides much of the spiritual and community building aspects of life at Amani.     "Throughout the various activities,"she says, "my hope and prayer is that we will all (starting with myself) ‘see Him more clearly, love Him more dearly,...

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World Refugee Day 2017

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World Refugee Day 2017

The Process of Peace: Jeannette's Journey Jeannette Mukarubayiza fled from war in Rwanda with her daughter Lillian and her son Didien, and became a refugee first in Tanzania, then Kenya. This is her story. We came to Kenya with nothing, only with few clothes. The church was giving us food. I was desperate and bitter as to why I had to go through this. It was so hard that it came to a point I didn’t care whether I had chairs to sit on, or a bed to sleep on. I only needed to have food and a roof for...

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