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Pipeline to the World

Connecting God’s Love

The Kitengela Girls School Adopt-a-Girl Program

Justice finally has come and the man is behind bars. As the process goes on hopefully it will all come to an end.We attend the school prayer day and we had a wonderful time with the students and teachers. The girls are happy and the joy can be seen...

Uganda Kids Mission

November 8 - 15, 2021 The Alive to Serve team will travel by...

Drought Response

Tana River Drought - October 2021 This drought has caused herders to lose their animals and the farmers have not been able to grow any crops.  Families are literally starving. A gift of $25 feeds a family for a month.  


Why we Exist

We came together because of God’s transformative love for us.  He loved us first and our response to that love – in our efforts to love Him back with our obedience – is to extend His love where we are and to the nations.

God has blessed us with relationships all over the world and has let us seen a glimpse into the lives of others serving ‘the least of these’.  Our goal is to be a pipeline from generous lovers of God to those on the frontlines who need prayer, funding, and more.


Meet the Family

Peter Wagura

Garsen, Kenya

Alive to Serve



Hami Imani Africa

Healthwise Foundation International


Latest Stories

Hurara Primary School

Hurara Primary School

Greetings is the name of Jesus Christ. What a golden privilege that the Lord have us this morning to minister to more than 1,000 kids under a tree at Hurara primary school. They received the word with eagerness.They sang with a lot of joy. NO SANITARY PADSYou can't...

Pastor Steve and the Maleli Church

Pastor Steve and the Maleli Church

Maleli, Lamu County What a beautiful day it has been! We joined our brethren in worship in this new church that's still meeting under a tree. The Shepherd is my long time friend, missionary Steve. The church is located in the infamous Boni Forest which has been known...

Martin and the Vubwe Church

Martin and the Vubwe Church

Pastor Martin, in the Vubwe Village (Garsen), has been donated six acres of land by two of their members. The church plant is young (less than 6 months).  The are meeting in a member's house because they have not begun construction of the church yet. They have 80 iron...