Our ministry house is always filled with projects that help our students develop skills and spiritual growth. We recently lost our picnic table due to age and harsh weather. It was decided that this was a chance to start a new project for our students. With much joy they took to the task of demolishing the old table and building a new one from scratch. Our gap year students Zuzmuzi, Selby and Sanele joined their efforts to make us a new table; this was a process that took time and a lot of precision but it was finally done. We now have a new picnic table and our students have a new experience. We as a family couldn’t be more proud. Well done boys.
In The Past
- Our executive director, Heather, (on the right) boarded a flight to Africa yesterday. She will be assisting and encouraging our African leaders for the next 6 weeks. #leadershipdevelopment #internationalministry #loooongflightsWe're so excited about this new international project!! 🇺🇬🇰🇪🇺🇸 Our youth are now working their way through University and vulnerable women are being empowered. 👌❤ Stayed tuned... you're going to hear a lot more about this! #businessopportunity #hopeofafricajewelryOur own land in Uganda where we'll be hosting camps and discipleship programs. Check your email to learn more about the project and new improvements 😉 #bigdreams #landdevelopment #sustainabilityHappy Father's Day to Johan, our South African AWANA Manager. He is a living representative of our Daddy God, as he mentors the secondary students in South Africa. He has been working with orphaned and vulnerable youth since 2007, and oversees 130 church AWANA programs that involve 6,900 children. Besides being "uncle" to many students, Johan has a beautiful wife and two children of his own. > > > "A father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in his holy dwelling." Psalm 68:5