Kellen is the house mama at Father’s House Kabale and cares for 10 boys in her home. She has made a difference in the lives of many who have visited her in Uganda, and you can read more about how here>>
Her boys, she explains, behave like any other normal child, and are very hard working. Kellen shares, “They participate in church activities and like leading prayers and reading lessons in church and Sunday evening fellowships here in our chapel.” They have been doing well both here and at school, and she is proud of being their mother.
Kellen started serving at the Father’s House in 2010. She grew up in Mayengo village, Mayengo parish, Kamuganguzi Sub County in Kabale district. Kellen came from a Christian family and studied up to P3. She then started working at different schools as a cook and later as a matron. Kellen has never married, but takes care of her late brother’s children. She likes working hard, and does so to take care of several orphaned children. She likes praying and reading the word of God. Her prayer request is that God grants her good health, as she suffers from high blood pressure, so that she can continue to take care of these children.
We would like to invite you to love and support Kellen. Several Mamas, like her, and the children they care for are currently in need of an individual, family, business or church to wrap around them and invest in their daily needs. To support Kellen and the children she cares for, contact Trace at [email protected] or make a donation here>>