Update from Chris & Krystal

Missions Update from Chris and Krystal Settlemoir

Dear Friends,

We pray this email finds you and your family well. Our quick return to the States in March due to COVID was the most difficult parenting decision we’ve had to make thus far. However, we see that so much fruit that has come from this decision for our family, the ministry, and Chris’ role for MOHI as a whole. From the bottom of hearts, thank you for standing with us in this decision. We are now thrilled to share that we plan to return to Kenya on December 3, Lord willing!

20 Years of Hope:

September 4, 2020 marked MOHI’s 20th anniversary celebration! We are enjoying this time of celebration, giving praise to God for all that He’s done and continues to do through MOHI in Kenya. Today is day 12 of our 20 days celebrating 20 years of Hope. Click here to Follow along with us!

In case you missed it, here is a video from Day 4. In this video you will hear Wallace Kamau, Co-founder and CEO of MOHI, share a story of transformation and hope. We pray this is an encouragement to you and a reminder that God does not forget about the poor. He will use us, if we allow Him, to bring justice and mercy to members of our society that are otherwise outcast and pushed to the margins.

“He defends the cause of the fatherless and the widow, and loves the foreigner residing among you, giving them food and clothing.”

Deuteronomy 10:18

Quick Update:

Chris continues to work with MOHI’s leadership on how best to grow and expand MOHI in the upcoming years. He has flown to Phoenix twice in the last couple of months to meet with MOHI’s new office staff as MOHI prepares to launch its US office this November. This is exciting times! There is a lot of work to be done and we are grateful to be able to play our part.

Prayer Requests:

– MOHI as it prepares for the upcoming school year in January 2020
– Praise for 20 years of MOHI 
– The work leading up to the launch of MOHI’s operations in the United States
– Children in MOHI schools needing sponsors
– Our family’s return to Kenya

As always, we love you all and are sincerely grateful for your friendship, love, and encouragement over the years. This year has been challenging for many of us. If you have experienced any disappointments, frustrations or heartache in this season, we pray God’s mighty love will be known through it all. Please let us know how we can be praying for you.

Blessings,
The Settlemoirs