Since going back to Kenya Josephat has been involved with an agricultural development project which was seeking to improve the living standards of his own people.
His death is a terrible tragedy. His wife and three young children have lost not only a husband and father, but also the breadwinner on whom they were mainly dependent for financial support.
Christian Aid is hoping to set up a Trust Fund to support Joyce and to provide for the children's education. Donations large or small would be gratefully received. They should be made payable to "Christian Aid" and marked "Josephat Kilungu Trust Fund".
We as a Church are also hoping to respond to this appeal. A RETIRING OFFERING WILL BE TAKEN UP AT THE CLOSE OF THE 11AM SERVICE ON SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 13TH AND 20TH. All donations received will be sent on to Christian Aid as a gift from Second Saintfield to the "Josephat Kilungu Trust Fund".
Pray for Josephat's wife Joyce and her three children. Pray that God will help them and encourage them at this difficult time.
Christian Aid, 30 Wellington Park, Belfast, BT9 6DL All cheques should be made payable to "Christian Aid"