ANNOUNCEMENT: FUNDRAISING WAS DONE AT GCPC CHURCH ADDRESS: PACIFIC HWY S, KENT WA. 98032 DATE: 03/03/2019 FUNDRAISING WILL BE IN THE EVENING AROUND 5P.M. MEMORIAL WILL BE ON TUESDAY 3/5/2019-DONE Psalm 23:4 Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff,
FUNDRAISING WAS DONE AT GCPC CHURCH
ADDRESS: PACIFIC HWY S, KENT WA. 98032
FUNDRAISING WILL BE IN THE EVENING AROUND 5P.M. MEMORIAL WILL BE ON TUESDAY 3/5/2019-DONE
Psalm 23:4 Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.
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Reports reaching our newsroom have confirmed that Zipporah Kamau is now at peace with her creator:
More to follow.
Life is like a rose flower in a garden, blossoming today and fading tomorrow.
Picture of a vibrant Zipporah not long ago.
As she narrated her sad ordeal to Jeremy Damaris, of Kikuyu Diaspora media, Zipporah Kamau who is battling cancer in Seattle Washington, is appealing to all Kenyans of goodwill to assist her financially as she is bed ridden and unable to perform any duties.
She is (though weak), a lady with a strong faith and is even assuring her children back in Kenya that once she gets well, she will continue to assist them in any way she can.
Looking at the frail looking lady and hearing her bold words, make many to believe that with faith anything is possible for she is confident just like the person who wrote the chorus of this song:
Pass me not, O gentle Savior,
Hear my humble cry;
While on others Thou art calling,
Do not pass me by.
She however cannot sing that song as vibrant and healthy as she used to be 3 years ago while living in Atlanta GA, but her determination to continue living is so strong that if we come together as a community and help her financially, she may live longer and even get cured completely.
When a person close to us is sick it can affect all for it is the moment we realize that the worst can also happen to anybody but all the same, the realizations are frightening to imagine.
Being ill can really be traumatizing, but I know there are many people out there thinking of her and even sending healing thoughts and prayers so that she may be cured.
We as Kenyan Parents in USA wish her quick recovery and as we wait to see miracles happening, we are confident just as Zipporah is, that we will once again sing and dance this song together.
“I believe You’re my Healer
I believe You are all I need
I believe You’re my Portion
I believe You’re more than enough for me Jesus You’re all I need.”
Yes you are all I need for am healed
ZIPPORAH WAS BURIED IN KENYA
Kenyan Parents in USA