Monday, September 22, 2014

Update on Joshau and New Babies

Update from the AGC Baby Centre Facebook page on Joshua and his surgery: Joshua continues to do well at the hospital. He is in good spirits and eating well. Right now they are telling us he will come back to Baby Centre possibly on Thursday.

Sarah is 7 days old. She arrived at the Baby Centre a few days ago. This precious little girl was found in a pit latrine. She is doing well. Please pray for her.
Meet Asher. He is about 2 years old and arrived at the Baby Centre yesterday. Please pray for him as he adjusts.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Pray for Joshua George

I copied and pasted this from Dan and Dana's blog

Dear Baby Centre Friends,

   As a normal practice here at the Baby Centre, we do not intentionally take children with special needs because we are not equipped for that. However, from time to time, God blesses us with a child that needs some very special care. Our Joshua George is one of these children. He has been here with us at the Baby Centre for more than a year now waiting for the right time to act on his behalf. He is a wonderful young boy, now 3 years and two months old that was abandoned in the Nakuru area. Joshua has a Club foot on his left side and on his right side, his leg below the knee never formed. On the 15th of this September, we will be taking Joshua to Kijabe Hospital and the Surgeons from CURE International will perform a procedure to fix the club foot, and we will amputate the right leg at the knee. Joshua will then be fit with a prosthetic after 12 weeks of healing. He will return here to the Baby Centre to recover and then to start the process of rehabilitation and learning to walk.

 Please pray for Joshua as we prepare him for this difficult journey. Pray for the medical team at Kijabe. Pray for our team here at the Baby Centre as we prepare to receive him back here after approximately a week in the hospital.

   We thank God for the donors that have already contributed for the cost of the surgery. We have enough funds for the surgery. We do need additional funds to pay for the post-op care and his rehab. He will require his own caregiver for 12 weeks.

   If you would like to help, or have any questions concerning Joshua, please contact me at

   This has been a very difficult decision, and we believe that this is in the very best interest of Joshua. Thank you for your prayers, thank you for your support.


Friday, September 5, 2014


     Over the last two weeks six children have gone home with their forever families! Praising God for these families that have been formed. Will you please pray for each one of them as they continue bonding as a family, and also remember those children who are waiting for their forever families? Thank you for being faithful to pray for these precious children.

Tabitha is pictured here with her mommy!

Noelle with her mom and one of her older brothers!
Kathleen asleep in her mommy's arms!

Mercy with her mom and one of her brothers!

Amos with his forever family!

Mary with her mom and dad!