Kapena is a name that most anyone who has been in Hawaii for a few years or more will recognize. Having one of the most successful bands in Hawaii will gain you that type of recognition. However, this is not what Kapena is about, as lead singer Kelly Boy Delima and his family have molded and formed Kapena into something entirely different. That difference is represented every year, as Kapena makes a yearly Christmas visit to the Women’s Community Correctional Facility in Hawaii and performs as part of a way to give back.
Kapena recently gave an outstanding performance for the women who are incarcerated at The Women’s Community Correctional Center in Kailua, Hawaii. This is a yearly event during the Christmas season. It is also the busiest time of year for Kapena and his talented group, which happens to be his three children and his wife Leolani. It is one of the highlights of the Christmas season for the women at WCCC.
The women were blessed and Kapena and Leolani’s testimonies of God’s love, grace and mercy in their lives gave the women hope. Kapena’s testimony of deliverance from drugs and Leiolani’s healing from a near fatal brain aneurysm brought encouragement to the women. They were blessed and touched not only by the Kapena ohana’s brilliant talent, but also by their love for Christ.
The Chaplain’s Office certainly appreciated their gift of time and talent to make a difference for those who are out of sight and out of mind.
Find Out More
To find out more about Kapena, who they are and what they are all about, check out Kapena.com.
For more information on Bonnie Holcombe and the Total Life Recovery Program at WCCC, or to find out how to volunteer or get in your group in to minister, please visit the Fishnet Chaplaincy Website.
You can also email the founder and president of Total Life Recovery Bonnie Holcombe directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.