Here are the stories of five women who found themselves in a unplanned pregnancies and considering abortion, last year. Cynthia Marry Matilda Kainza Akini These five women (pictured above) live in Kibera, the fourth largest slum in the world, home to 700,000 people. Tin panels constitute houses. Sewage mingled with water runs through the streets. Residents stand behind a row of used clothes, hoping to find a purchaser. Though their stories are different, these women were in critical circumstances and faced external pressures to choose abortion. Last summer, a small group of local believers met them through the talks they gave in schools and empowered them to choose life. Shortly before, their team attended a training which I along with a team of volunteer pro-life youth leaders from Europe and the US hosted in Nairobi, Kenya. Following the workshop, we spent time in the slum with their team, creating a strategy for them to reach the youth in their schools and to start pro-life groups. At the moment we’re mentoring them to equip the Kibera students start pro-life groups in nine schools. These students are helping their peers resolve the fears they face to choose life. “We thank God that they chose Life both the babies and the mothers. Many thanks to your team and awareness programs and campaigns about Life we continue praying for you Bethany and your team for coming around in Kenya and helping us know more about Life advocacy training programs in this we were able to save lives. “Continue praying for this mothers and the babies because a lot is required for both the Mothers and the babies in terms of survival. Most of them are leaving deep in the Slums of Kibera and affording food is their greatest challenge, plus feeding the babies so pray for these beloveds as we continue reaching them” – Lawrence, Hands of Grace Community Group leader Because of your support and prayers, Cynthia, Marry, Matilda, Kainza, and Akini were able to overcome the fear in their time of crisis and choose faith and life. You make this possible. Thank you.