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Sunday's Story

Sunday is a day of the week, but it isn’t only that. Sunday is a sweet little five year old girl who has a story worth telling and a condition worth fixing!

“Her mom left her with the colleagues, and I’m not exactly sure how it happen… Read more

Sunday is a day of the week, but it isn’t only that. Sunday is a sweet little five year old girl who has a story worth telling and a condition worth fixing!

“Her mom left her with the colleagues, and I’m not exactly sure how it happened, but she fell in the fire,” her Uncle Alphas explained of Sunday’s accident. Sunday was around two at the time and her mom had left her with her siblings. What was probably just innocent playing turned into chaos when Sunday’s fall turned into severe burns, severe enough to leave her arm with burn contractures.

Although Sunday was left with scars and less mobility in her arm, Alphas tells us she doesn’t have pain and we’re very thankful for that. Sunday still goes to school, still plays, still helps her older sister with chores. And there’s more, “She will be better than the previous,” Alphas shared with us of Sunday after her surgery. Pretty soon, Sunday will be able to lift her arm more, whether it’s to answer a question in school, give a high five, or help hang clothes on the line.

“We are grateful,” Alphas said of the help they’re getting. We are too. We are grateful for you and the help you’re giving to Sunday. We are grateful for the healing that’s coming for Sunday. And we are grateful to the God who will do the healing and who brought Sunday to us in the first place.

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Dec 12, 2018

Today is a day of freedom. For Kenyans, they’re celebrating their freedom since today is Jamhuri Day, the day Kenya attained its independence. For Sunday, she’s celebrating her freedom to be able to go home after being in the hospital for over a week. For Uncle Alphas, he’s celebrating his freedom from sin because he accepted Christ as his Savior today! We’re super thankful for all of these freedoms and more, and we’ll keep celebrating them until Sunday and Uncle Alphas come back in January for some time spent in the hospital for rehab! Photo of Sunday

Dec 11, 2018

Sunday’s dressing change came and went! We saw her before and we saw her after and both times she was doing okay, but we can only imagine that her nerves were feeling much better at the time of our seeing her afterwards! Even as an adult, going to theatre for a procedure can be nerve-wracking, so we can only imagine what it must feel like to a child. Thankfully, it’s over and Sunday can continue on with her little life which we hope includes going home tomorrow! Photo of Sunday

Dec 10, 2018

Sunday is doing really well. We caught up with her outside and it was just fun to see her on her feet and walking around the hospital. Sunday will go into theatre tomorrow for a wound check and the doctors will decide if she can go home after that. Please continue praying for her recovery! Photo of Sunday

Dec 06, 2018

“She cried all night,” Alphas told us of Sunday this morning. Poor girl -- her wait finally was over only to experience pain enough to bring tears. Thankfully, we’ve got nurses (and in this case, nursing students) who are around to help relieve Sunday’s pain. We know that she is now over one of the biggest healing humps that happened when she went to theatre yesterday, but now let’s pray her pain will go away so she can celebrate this huge milestone! We’re not around tomorrow, but we know Sunday will be in good hands until we can catch her on Monday when we’ll see how much better she’s doing! Photo of Sunday

Dec 05, 2018

After a long wait it was finally 'go time' for Sunday to get corrective surgery! Yesterday she spent some time in the playroom with Pastor Emmy and our other kids. Pastor Emmy asked Sunday if she knew who God is and with the help of her uncle who translated, she said she knew that church is where we go to pray to God. It is very interesting how kids are innocent and say what they feel and think at whatever point without any hesitation. Before surgery and as Sunday and her uncle were waiting at the waiting area, George our anesthetist, was able to spend a few minutes prepping Sunday and making her feel less anxious. Sunday’s surgery went well and we are grateful to God for this. Please pray for her recovery! Photo of Sunday

Dec 04, 2018

Waiting. We don’t really like it. It’s hard. We wanna wiggle our noses and have the wait be over. That’s what Sunday’s day looked like today. She may have wished for some nose wiggling action so her surgery could come. The good news is that it’s still coming. Soon, she won’t struggle so much to stretch her arm. Soon, she won’t struggle so much to fly like an airplane. Soon, she won’t feel so different from her friends. Sunday’s wait is almost over! Photo of Sunday

Dec 03, 2018

Meet Sunday and her Uncle Alphas! Sunday’s got a sweet, sometimes hidden smile (like in this photo) and Alphas is nice. We’re thankful the two of them have each other as Sunday goes through surgery. Please be praying they’ll both experience God’s healing in the next days and weeks! Photo of Sunday

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