Outreach to Widows
Kyamuna, who is also involved with running the children’s home, has a real passion for neglected widows and a desire to bring them into a church family. In Kyamuna’s words:
“There are many uneducated and poor widows left by their children and living alone in our
country. I have great desire to share god’s word among them as well as fulfill the physical needs
of poor widows. Currently, I am conducting widows’ fellowship in two different places once time
in a month.
I need your prayer and support for this ministry.”
James 2:15-17 Suppose a brother or sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to him, “Go, I wish you well; keep warm and well fed”, but does nothing about his physical needs, what good is it? In the same way faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.
Proverbs 18:16 A man’s gift makes room for him.
We love that Kyamuna understands these verses and is burdened by the needs she sees around her. The only thing that holds her back is her lack of financial resources. Your contributions would be such a blessing to her, to release her to do what is in her heart to do, as well as a huge blessing to the abandoned widows. Imagine how they would feel knowing someone who has never met them cares enough to help.
Young Adult’s Home and Tuition
Culturally, if the head of a household dies in this country, the wife and children are blamed, leading to many hardships. Sometimes they are kicked out of the family because they are extra mouths to feed with a father no longer contributing to the household income. The founder of
this home is a product of just such a situation. His brave mother worked tirelessly to support them all. He started this home out of compassion for other children in similar positions. This home offers at risk children a safe place to live, eat, and attend school.
In the U.S. our foster care tends to discharge the children from the system around age 18, leaving them in a very difficult place. The young adult’s home gives these post-secondary school young adults a safe place to pursue their career choices so they will not end up on the
Contributions to this project will go toward the daily costs of running a facility like this, as well as, children’s needs such as clothing, school costs and health issues.
Yearly tuition cost $1500.00 if you would like to make a one-time donation.