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December 17th, 2014

Pioneering a new work like Rehema House in Kenya is challenging. We've learned from trial and error, success and failure. We've commited the work of our hands to God and after four years, we're excited to announce our new Mother & Child Graduate Sponsorhip Program:

December 3rd, 2014

Christmas might not be celebrated exactly the same in other countries, but it is celebrated at Rehema House in Kenya.

The residents look forward to the big family meal complete with extra servings of meat and chipati all year long.

The Christmas story is read and gifts are shared.

November 11th, 2014

You might have noticed we have limited the information we share about each of the residents at Rehema House. We do this not only for their protection, but also their privacy. The girls have been tramautized by life and need a safe, quiet place to heal. At the same time, we want you to know them, to love them, to pray for them.

It's a challenging balance.

October 31st, 2014

We are thrilled to announce a new way to give! 

The Rehema Gift Catalog is  a great way to give a gift to honor someone in your life and also help support moms and babies in Kenya!

October 15th, 2014

In the past month, Rehema House has welcomed SIX new babies to the newest residents. That totals 15 moms and 15 babies in both the residences!

We thank God for healthy deliveries, for providing the resources needed (4 c-sections) and for protecting the young mothers. 

October 7th, 2014

Mercy House was born in prayer. We are asking you to join us today, Oct. 7, for a day of prayer. You can also send your prayers.

Take a few minutes and watch our brand new video and pray for the faces you meet.

August 20th, 2014

In the brief time since Mercy House was founded, Terrell and Kristen Welch have worked tirelessly to establish a new model of care for women and children in Kenya who have been left out of the opportunities their society should provide.  These are women who have been the victims of violence and trauma that most of us cannot even comprehend, and they are then left to face a lifetime of continued struggle to free themselves from the bonds of poverty.

August 7th, 2014

We live in a size-obsessed culture that boasts just about everything bigger is better.

We can upsize our homes, plump up body parts, supersize our meals, and have it all.

But when we follow God, we serve an upside down Kingdom.

There are no small yeses. There are no insignificant acts of love towards others.

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