Sunday, February 9, 2014


Let’s take a peek at what’s happening at 

StoneHouse Academy today.

We have noticed that some of the students need shoes and uniforms badly. These kids are so happy to be able to go to school no matter the conditions they are living in.

They came in their rags and torn up shoes and we had a big surprise for them. With the generous gifts from our L.E.A.R.N. sponsors we were able to buy new shoes and uniforms for the most needy children.

Wow! They were so happy!

Beatrice and her husband, James, are the founders of the school. She really loves these kids and wants to see them grow.

Let's take a look at our teachers and our classrooms. 

Our teachers work tirelessly every day.

As you can see not all of the children have been able to buy their 

new uniforms yet. You can help with a one time donation. 

We will give to those who are most in need and unable to get uniforms.

Only $15 will buy a complete class uniform.

And/or $15 for a sports uniform.

So be an Angel.....You can easily donate by clicking on the 

DONATE button at the top left side of this page and specify what you would like to contribute to. 

Thank you for all you do to make StoneHouse Academy and L.E.A.R.N.  a success in helping the helpless here in Nakuru, Kenya.

Your missionaries,

Cynthia and David



  1. How beautiful! They look awesome!!! These children are so sweet. :)

  2. Here is a comment from my brother Jeremiah; it was very encouraging to all of us here in Nakuru

    "Just a quick note to let you know that your blog provided a great teaching aid for my students today. We read an article on Kenya as a reading assignment last week. This week I followed up with your blog for all of my students to get an idea of what life is like for students in Nakuru. I think they felt very fortunate for what they have when it was over. This a quote written by a young man who was convicted by what he saw in your blog pictures. "It was crazy, because we as Americans really don't care about getting an education. They would die for it and they would love to have clothes like us but they don't have the money." My next question to them will be if they want to buy a uniform for a child to go to school in. -J. :)"