Christine

Christine hopes to become an actress when she grows up and is already showing us her skills. In her free time, Christine often writes scripts for performances that she and her friends will present. She loves to learn science and math at school and excels in both.

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Dominic

You can always find Dominic serving others, especially in the kitchen. He is mature and responsible about his education, working especially hard on his language studies. Dominic is a very talented pool player and he even takes time to teach the aunties how to play!

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Eliza

Eliza has many passions in life, including architecture, photography, and athletics. She is a talented soccer and volleyball player! She is exceptionally generous, always willing to give to others in need. We admire her loving heart and cannot wait to see where God will take her in life.

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Eric

Eric is one that can’t get enough hugs!  Eric has said he feels safe at NV.

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Essie

Essie is a strong, independent daredevil who is eager to learn and do new things. She has many leadership qualities, isn’t afraid to take charge, and will always make sure the others follow the rules!

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John M

Highly intelligent and loving with a winsome smile, John M. often prefers making up his own games to play. He is known for his unbridled imagination.

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Joseph

Joseph is an excellent student who always likes things to be clean and in order. He is kind and thoughtful to the other kids, quiet, and loves to pray for others.

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Joshua

The first child to come to NV, Joshua arrived with a huge smile and a denim suit and continues to charm every visitor with his inimitable personality. He has learned 2 new languages in just over 2 years and loves to use them loudly.

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Kevin

An intelligent, witty, bundle of kinetic energy, Kevin bravely defends NV’s borders from imaginary invaders while posing as his favorite superhero, Bibleman. He speaks impeccable English.

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Kibet

Kibet and his cousin Eliza were rescued from a life of severe poverty and neglect in a very remote region of Kenya in mid 2011 through a series of fortuitous events. Strong and persevering best describes young Kibet, who has more than survived his rough start, and now stands poised to succeed in life. His broad smile and dark ebony skin set him apart from the crowd at Naomi’s Village, where he also excels in soccer and swimming. Kibet’s favorite food is fish.

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