It’s yet another year since you departed from us beloved James. What can we say; we have
We imagine how you look right now, where you are? Tanya is now 13 and Josh is 9. Tanya wished you were present to witness her becoming a teenager. Josh continues to wish you are around for his school activities. ‘For me Catherine, words fail to express how I miss you and long for the bond we shared. Sometimes I think you will ring the door bell and just say ‘namna gani’? Major and mum are doing great, though major is quite old now. Your siblings are keeping on well. Robert got married. Your family,friends/colleagues have such fond memories of you.
No one has gone and come back; to narrate what life is like on the other side. We believe it’s a perfect world and nobody wants to come back. It is a mystery that will only unfold when we cross over. We write this hoping you can hear or read. Sometimes we feel like you smile back at us and cry when we do.
Indeed God has been close to us than ever before. His faithfulness is unspeakable, his love abundant, his peace beyond comprehension, his grace ceaseless.
‘We Thank God, for his awesome presence’. We thank all that have continued to love and support us. God bless the Government of Kenya for continuous support and help, to Swedish Government, for endless assistance. The love and care from both the church in Nairobi and Stockholm has been immense, we appreciate.
(The late James’s parents are visiting Sweden at this time. There will be brief family prayers in Stockholm, at Immanuel International Church (Kungstensgatan 17, at the Tulesalen); on Saturday 6th September 2008 at 5.30pm (All are welcome).
James we miss you, we love you. We wish you could surprise us….?
Mrs Catherine Kiboi and the Entire Family