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Miracle Power Provides Opportunities to Sponsor Kenyan Children
Faith Based Group Miracle Power Operates The Miracle Power Center in Kenya Africa and Provides Shelter, Food, Clothing, and Education for Orphans in the Area.
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Miracle Power was started by Greg Holbrook, a husband, father, and carpenter from Lebanon,TN. He went on his first mission trip to Honduras in 2003. On this trip, he realized that the poorest people in the villages are the pastors, orphans, and widows. He started praying that God would show him how to help. After many trips to Honduras, God opened the door for Greg to be able to go to Kenya in 2006. He continued praying for God to show him how to help there. Over the next few years, he was able to help a few of the pastors and widows with housing and job opportunities, but he continued praying for God to show him how to help more. In January 2010 while on a trip in Kenya, God showed him the vision of Miracle Power- to train, empower and provide the pastors, orphans, and widows with the resources and training necessary to earn a living for themselves and their families. Greg continues to travel to Kenya 2-3 times per year and is updated weekly from the pastors on the progression of the program.
What is a miracle to you?
Your idea of a miracle might be completely different from someone else. If you have income, you do not need the miracle of employment. If you are not hungry, you do not need the miracle of food. If you are not homeless, you do not need the miracle of housing.
But what if it was ? At The Miracle Power Center in Kenya Africa we are empowering pastors, widows, and orphans by providing basic needs like water, food, and shelter while focusing on education.
"Give a man a fish to feed his family today or teach him to fish and he can feed his family forever."
The average wage earned in Kenya is less than $2 daily. A man works all week to feed his family of six, pay tuition fees, and provide clothes and shelter. Due to a lack of education and the absence of job skills, the poverty cycle passes from generation to generation. Miracle Power seeks to break this cycle by providing job training and then assisitng in setting up local businesses.