journalism members
Receive Christian greetings from Bookshine School. We have seen God's grace and faithfulness in this month of February and we are very grateful for Gods help in everything.
It has been amazing to see most of the students very serious with their studies and we hope this will ultimately bring good results to them and to the entire school.
On Thursday 28th,Thirty two of our students visited Ebenezer Children's Home,with a few donated goodies from the students themselves,it was nice for our students to interact with them and show them love.
Our Christian fellowship is getting vibrant more and more. We've witnessed an amazing spiritual growth and a great desire for the Lord from the students, we are utterly grateful to God for what He's doing in the school. We've had 25 students giving their lives to Christ in this month.

soccer team
We are currently having an on-going soccer league for both boys and girls in which we are seeing great performance from both the teams, we hope to update you of the results when the league is done.
We have been blessed with 2 teachers on practice from a local university in this semester and their input has had amazing results upon the students and the school at large, its our prayer that we will continue getting helpful teachers on practice like them even in the future.
talent show
We had a talent show one week ago in which the students had an opportunity to showcase their talents in various fields, the talent show has been of great help as most of the students have managed to progress highly with their talents both locally and internationally.
As I mentioned in our last report we are currently having a long list of students who want to enroll in our school but unfortunately we cannot accommodate all of them due to lack of space as a result we have a plan of putting up more classrooms.
Prayer Requests.
1.Pray for the boys and girls that have given their lives to Christ in this month.
2.Pray for funds for our classroom project.
3.Pray for our candidates, who will be sitting for their national exams in November.
Mr Jack Oyieko