Coast of Malindi Blessed with Rain

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

August 8, 2022

After the long drought of three consecutive years, God really blessed the Coast of Malindi with good rains this year, though some counties of Kenya still have no rain. People living in the Coast, including the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, were happy to plow and plant corn, pulses, watermelon and vegetables.

Sisters also plowed the little land adjacent to their residence and planted maize, pulses, and vegetables. People are happy and are looking forward to a good crop. Even the livestock are enjoying the green grazing field. The coast looks very green.

We thank all the SCNs and Associates for praying for rain for us. God has answered our prayers. We thank God for his blessings!

6 Comments

  1. Tess Browne

    I am also praying with you and the people of Kenya, as yesterday’s elections results are tallied. May God’s peace and harmony be with everyone.

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  2. Ann Palatty

    How nice to cultivate and enjoy the fruit of your labour. May God fulfill your dreams.

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  3. Rosemarie Kirwan

    Your crops look good. I rejoice with you that Mother Earth is responding so beautifully to the gift of rain. May all your people benefit and have an abundance from their farms.

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  4. sarita Manavalan, scn

    Looking great! Let there be more rain!

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    • Roselyn

      The expert planter and raiser of crops is with you in the person of Cornelia.. Enjoy planting and all the blessings and fruits of mother earth
      Dear Sisters

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    • Tess Browne

      Dear Sisters, with you and the people of Malindi, giving God thanks for watering the earth. Your crops are thriving, and lush. May the nourishing rains continue.

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