Cecilia lives in the Gichagi slum in Kenya. She and her husband are raising a large family including two daughters, eight sons, and five grandchildren. Finding employment in the slum has been difficult, but both Cecilia and her husband do whatever jobs they can find to care for their family. Life has not been easy for them. Most of their older children dropped out of school due to lack of school fees. The girls chose to get married at an early age to escape the poverty at their home. Life had been very hopeless for this family until Vapor Ministries came to their community. During the establishment of Gichagi center, Cecilia was among the indigenous people who were employed as day laborers which helped her provide consistently for her family. Five of her sons became league participants and began to hear the Word of God daily. James, her oldest son, is now a part-time staff member and serves as a league and discipleship coach. Benson is also a part-time staff member and participates in the U-18 league. Simon (16), Martin (14), and David (8) are all league participants as well. Praise God that through the daily life-on-life discipleship at the center, two of Cecilia’s boys, Simon and Benson, gave their lives to Christ!