The Plight of a Kenyan widow

The Plight of a Kenyan widow

“To be a Kenyan widow often means to be alone and without a voice,” says a CAM staff member. In Kenya, wives are frequently seen as no more than possessions, and many widows face rejection and hatred from family when their husbands die. They may be blamed for their...
Light for the Rendille tribe

Light for the Rendille tribe

In a land of desert and camels in northern Kenya lives the Rendille tribe. These people have difficult lives, and every day is a quest for adequate food and water. Recently they experienced two years without rain. These nomadic people travel with their herds of cattle...
Introducing a God who cares

Introducing a God who cares

This young man received a CAM Bible story book when our staff visited his village in Kenya. He is part of the tribal group. Most of the people in this tribal group believe in a god they regard as omnipotent yet distant and uninvolved in the lives of people. These...
From the Kenyan slum to the jungles of Panama

From the Kenyan slum to the jungles of Panama

Children stain in a neat, orderly line and wait for their turn to have food. But when staff members begin to distribute CAM Bible story books, the air fills with excitement. The children worry there won’t be enough for everyone. Owning a book is a rare treat for these...