Interview, May 29, 2020
Jimmy Muriithi describes how his faith caused him to pay attention to the children who kept coming to the hospital, after losing parents to HIV, living on the streets, seeking care when sexually abused. He and his family began caring for children. He describes how faith and education and training help toward providing medical care, education, and mental health interventions to change lives. Currently, locusts are eating much of their food resources, so God has given him a vision towards purchasing a farm with 10 acres so that playing space, educational / training space, rescue centers and medical facilities will support the efforts to create “God’s Village of Love.”
To reach him directly:
Toward the end of the interview (30:00), he actually begins to pray for the USA because he has seen the racial fears and deaths and tension. This is a deeply moving prayer.
“God, we are not worthy; but we are not worthless.”