January 2019 Kibera Slum Tailoring Dressmaking Training Moi's Bridge CrewJanuary 2019 Kibera Slum Tailoring Dressmaking Training Moi's Bridge Crew

Dressmaking for Jesus

Our kibera Trip was a wonderful experience not only for the Moi’s Bridge team but also to all GMFC mission fields in Kenya & Ethiopia that gathered in the Kibera Slum to train for tailoring and learning how to make godly dresses for our sisters in the church , widows and the needy in the community at large. This course was aimed for those with no experience whatsoever. By the end of the course, we had learned several hand sewing stitches and techniques, the fundamentals of sewing by machine, how to select the right fabrics for our projects and how to cut and measure fabric. Attending the training has allowed us to learn techniques in sewing and also how to develop confidence in our sewing techniques. During the training, we asked a lot of questions and thank God, all our questions were answered successfully and correctly by our very able and experienced teacher Brother Joseph who has a wealth of experience, wisdom, knowledge and patience in tailoring (25 years he was a tailor). He told us about overlocking machine and how to apply lining material to the dresses and jackets/vets. The training normally lasted to 6pm everyday for 4 days. We then had wonderful time for singing holy songs, exhorting each other and prayer in the fellowship. On Saturday, we had an overnight fellowship that preceded breaking of bread together on Sunday. We thank and appreciate our sponsors GMFC for making this a big achievement for the needy. Thanks for paying for all our travelling and accommodation expenses. All glory to God and may God bless you all. -Haron Wanjala (Moi’s Bridge Kenya Overseer)

You can view the videos below to see the overview of the training.

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