Holiday Greetings from Solomon and Ruby


“Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.
For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord" 
(Luke 2:10b-11)
The shepherds had every reason to be afraid. The appearance of the angel was so sudden and they were not used to receiving special visits. But the angel had Good News! It was a message of hope for the world. This is the message the world needs today.

As we look back on the past year, we had many reasons to be afraid. Corona virus came and all our overseas plans had to be cancelled. Political situations in the USA and other countries experienced tumultuous times and economies around the world faced challenges.
But our God has remained faithful and gracious to us.

Family News

Joshua just completed a course from Cambridge University in English Teaching. He has been offered a job in South Korea, ticket and housing all provided free of charge. Praise the Lord.
He is dating a diplomat from South Korea.

Joy, Paul, and Kigen are doing well here in St. Louis. We do not see them as often due to COVID-19. When we visit we have to stay outside for protection. Keep praying for Cole Kigen.
He is doing well but still not able talk.

Joseph continues to do well in Arizona. He got a new job still helping those struggling with addiction. Still single and waiting on the Lord for a strong Christian woman.

Joanna continues to work in Chicago. She is dating a young man, Charlie. About six months ago he asked my hand to move towards engagement. Permission was granted.


Dec. 20: We had a Zoom Christmas service for Kenyans and other internationals in Maryland. Others joined from other cities. An official from Kenyan Embassy was the MC.
We reached about 150.

CHRISTMAS EVE: We spent time cooking for students who had no where to go.

 CHRISTMAS DAY: We took food to students in their places of residency. More than 20 enjoyed the meal. It was a joy to serve.

We will send another letter soon to detail what God is doing in the ministry and new opportunities to impact more nations with the Good News of Christmas.

Please send your support to International Students, Inc. Box C, Colorado Spring, CO 80901. You can also support us through our website: Click on "Donate". Scroll down to SOLOMON AND RUBY KENDAGOR. Indicate the amount. Scroll down and click SUBMIT. A generous end of the year gift will be of great help and encouragement to our ministry and will help us close the year in black.

Thank you for your love and support
Solomon and Ruby
The picture at the top of the post was taken at our last live marriage seminar in Dallas before COVID-19 changed the way we do ministry. But COVID-19 did not stop our ministry. Through zoom, social media, TV and radio we are able to reach more people and countries than before.
On Thanksgiving weekend we had an opportunity to be together
 as a family while observing COVID-19 rules.

ABOVE: From Right: Our Son-in-Law Paul and Grandson Kigen,
 Joy, Joseph, Ruby, Solomon, Joshua and Joanna.

BELOW: From Left: Joy and Kigen, Joseph, Ruby, Solomon,
 Joshua, Joanna and Charles (Joana's Fiance).
ABOVE: Paul, Joy and Kigen. They hosted us during Thanksgiving.
ABOVE: Our kitchen just before we packed the food and took to students.
International Students Inc. | 2297 Fairoyal Dr, St. Louis, MO 63131

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