Be[ad] the Change

Beads, the Chepokilipa people, and life change? Yep, you read that correctly.

Breaking the Barriers on Women’s Health

It’s estimated that young girls miss about 20% of the school year due to women’s health issues and the stigma surrounding it in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Suds in the Bucket

Prior to the reunification of some of our children, Lydia and her team spend time building skillsets for goods or services that are valuable in the markets. For Rael’s family, that skill is soap making! 

Finding Family

Family preservation, orphan prevention, rescue, rehabilitate, reintegrate, foster, adopt, prevention, intervention, transformation. These are all words that you hear us use when we talk about our orphan care program? But what do they all mean? The best way for us to explain all of these to you is to provide you with a tangible example. 

The Goal: Always Family

You know those smiles on the faces of your kids, grandkids, or nieces and nephews when they run to greet you, arms wide open, following a time away from each other? I’m convinced that those smiles cannot be topped, and we’ve gotten to see that image play out with one of our own.

Robai… A Woman Empowered

There is no Zoe Ministries without the stories of the beautiful Kenyan people that we have the opportunity to serve. We want you to know the faces behind the stories.