I was locked out of my house by my landlord because I had not paid rent for months. I felt hopeless. I
had nowhere to go and no food to feed my 8-year-old daughter.

My neighbour, at that time, told me about a project that was offering porridge to little children every morning. She took me to this project where I met Pastor Shadrack who welcomed us so warmly. I also saw several children with no shoes eating their porridge with so much joy and satisfaction. My daughter was served a cup of porridge.

I told Pastor about my plight, and he asked me to bring my daughter, Mercy, every morning for porridge. It was not long before Mercy was enrolled into a government primary school by the project. She had new uniform, new shoes. She loved going to school.

Mercy graduated from the college of fashion and design and is now running her own design shop in

As for me, I am a beneficiary of the Kinangop Farm project run by Turning Point and a proud owner of a 1 acre piece of land and a decent house.

I am filled with gratitude because God brought relief to my life and my children through Turning Point.

-Mama Nzembi, Parent